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Discussion in 'Design and Graphics' started by rumorsdan, Oct 11, 2016.
I'm thinking of switching to CS6 but was wondering what was the most compatible OS to use with it?
I'm having issues with the latest Adobe CC 2015 updates on 10.12 - InDesign crashes every few hours.
CS6 should be stable on 10.10, 10.11
Have you checked Affinity?
Looks nice but not looking to switch software.
10.8 is quite stable with CS6. Unfortunately other applications do require a newer OS and there are no more security fixes for Mountain Lion.
which apps are you talking about?
Apps like a secure recent browser (even firefox ESR will end support soon) or the latest version of Noiseless Pro ... thinking ... MySQLWorkbench ... I know there have been more apps that I couldn't upgrade. Even though you still can do the most things in 10.8, but more apps will have demand for a recent OS and I'm not sure if there will be a community around for 10.8 at some day like for PPC.
I have Photoshop CS6 (13.0.6) and Lightroom to 4.4.1 on 10.10.5 on a 2012 i7 Mini. Works great, very stable.
CS6 works quite happily on El Capitan 10.11.6 if but you need to install a legacy Java.
Do you know if the legacy version of Java just needs to be installed or actively in use. In other words: Will CS6 continue working if you switch to a recent Java version while the legacy version is installed?
Uncertain I'm afraid. All I can say is CS6 works and nothing else complains about Java being out of date.