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CEP Extension panels not showing up

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Oct 28, 2020

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Running Ps 2021 - the "Extensions" menu option is greyed out in Window>Extensions, and the panels I had on my custom workspace are gone.

 

I have no clue what may be causing this, as I've actually used them since updating, and it's entirely new behaviour that wasn't corrected by restarting Ps or reinstalling the Extensions. Help?

Correct answer by gcorreddu | Community Beginner

I shall reply to myself: upon digging through Photoshop's Settings, I found that CEP extensions are now considered "Legacy", and as such will be disabled by default.

 

The solution is to go: Edit > Preferences > Plugins > Legacy Extensions > Load Extension Panels - this will prompt you to restart Ps, and then CEP extensions will be reinstated (though some show some issues - give me TychPanel back ☹)

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CEP Extension panels not showing up

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Running Ps 2021 - the "Extensions" menu option is greyed out in Window>Extensions, and the panels I had on my custom workspace are gone.

 

I have no clue what may be causing this, as I've actually used them since updating, and it's entirely new behaviour that wasn't corrected by restarting Ps or reinstalling the Extensions. Help?

Correct answer by gcorreddu | Community Beginner

I shall reply to myself: upon digging through Photoshop's Settings, I found that CEP extensions are now considered "Legacy", and as such will be disabled by default.

 

The solution is to go: Edit > Preferences > Plugins > Legacy Extensions > Load Extension Panels - this will prompt you to restart Ps, and then CEP extensions will be reinstated (though some show some issues - give me TychPanel back ☹)

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I shall reply to myself: upon digging through Photoshop's Settings, I found that CEP extensions are now considered "Legacy", and as such will be disabled by default.

 

The solution is to go: Edit > Preferences > Plugins > Legacy Extensions > Load Extension Panels - this will prompt you to restart Ps, and then CEP extensions will be reinstated (though some show some issues - give me TychPanel back ☹)

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