Currently, you cannot install plug-ins on Apple M1 computers. So, the Marketplace tab is not available in the Creative Cloud desktop app installed on these devices. We are working to ensure plug-in support for Apple M1 computers. In the meantime, we recommend that you install and run your plug-ins on Apple devices with Intel processors.
I notice there wasn't a time frame given when someone asked. This is abosolutely a disaster for Adobe, and they should have known better. Does anyone even care? Or was this a backdoor way to make users buy their plugins via Adobe. This stinks to high heaven.
I never thought I'd leave Adobe, but I'm looking for replacements.
I'm thinking the exact same thing. Pretty much saying all the money you've spent on plugins you can spend all over again because we can't be bothered to make it work is aboslutely horrible customer service. And running in Rosetta mode is a complete joke - it's buggy as crap and even the tiniest of images will error out due to "lack of memory." I'd be way happier if they made stable, workable versions that are the standard for a few years instead of yearly releases that only seem to make the program worse. Bit pathetic.