As we reported yesterday, the latest version of macOS, Catalina launched and with it, a lack of support for 32-bit apps. However, while Adobe Creative Suite 6 (known as CS6) is a 64-bit version of the software, multiple users have reported CS6 applications failing to launch in macOS Catalina.  

CS6 was the final version of the Adobe Creative Suite that was delivered in a non-subscription based cloud model. InDesignSecrets also reports that InDesign CS6 fails to operate in the new operating system.

As for Adobe Creative Cloud, PetaPixel reports issues with both Photoshop and Lightroom. Adobe has recently posted a note regarding Photoshop and "known compatibility issues" sharing that, "You may want to remain on your current version of macOS until these issues have been resolved." Noted. For more details, you can check out the whole Help post.

There is also similar documentation for Lightroom, though the issues don't seem to be as severe as Photoshop.

While there are few reports of Adobe Premiere users encountering bugs, we did get to see Sidecar in action with Premiere, which is pretty neat:  "With macOS Catalina, you can use an iPad Pro as an extra screen. I already set up a setup to correct color using Premiere Pro."

We'll update you with more information as soon as we can!  Be careful out there!

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Source: InDesignSecrets