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Photoshop CS6 Looks Blurry (Mac) Retina Display

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Jul 26, 2019

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Hello I recently got a new Macbook Pro (2018) and I realized that the interface looks blurry for Photoshop CS6. I read that it could be due to the retina display and I need to update to 13.0.6 but the Creative Cloud updater says there is no update for Photoshop and when I tried to manually download the update via Support Downloads it opens the update in the old Adobe Updater and says "Update Failed." Is there any way I can still update?

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Photoshop CS6 Looks Blurry (Mac) Retina Display

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Hello I recently got a new Macbook Pro (2018) and I realized that the interface looks blurry for Photoshop CS6. I read that it could be due to the retina display and I need to update to 13.0.6 but the Creative Cloud updater says there is no update for Photoshop and when I tried to manually download the update via Support Downloads it opens the update in the old Adobe Updater and says "Update Failed." Is there any way I can still update?

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There haven't been any updates for CS6 (perpetual licensed version) since late 2012.   CS6 support has ended.   And it's no longer part of Creative Cloud. 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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I understand that they are no longer developing new updates for CS6, but can I also no longer install the previously developed updates? I am on 13.0 and I just want to update to 13.0.6, the last update from 2012.

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Which operating system do you have?

Installing Creative Suite on macOS 10.12 (Sierra)

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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I have Mojava 10.14.6 Mac OS and Photoshop 13.0. I have it installed already, I just want to get the last update they released before they ended support so it is supported for retina screens.

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I'm not even sure that the update will help you because CS6 was never hi-DPI aware.  Reach out to Adobe support and ask them if they have a direct download you can install.  Use the link I posted above to install it because Creative suite installers are not supported on Sierra and higher OSs.

Contact Customer Care

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Photoshop cs6 on the mac side was made compatible with Retina Screens starting with the 13.0.3 update.

(the newest photoshop cs6 update on the mac side is 13.0.6)

https://blogs.adobe.com/jkost/2013/01/retina-display-support-and-photoshop-cs6.html

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Ctrl - i on your Photoshop.app and see that "open in low resolution" is not checked.

If unchecking that option works, fine. If not, we'll have to look at a reinstall from your original discs.

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Here are manual updates, if anyone else needs a solution to this. I did each update consecutively instead of jumping right to 13.0.6.

https://supportdownloads.adobe.com/product.jsp?product=39&platform=Macintosh

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