I just got access through my company to all the CC applications and was planning on using that for Kwik and Corona, but just discovered this lovely plugin incompatibility issue. What a nightmare this must be for you after all the work put into your software. It’s like that old expression “It’s always something, isn’t it?”
Well, I guess for now I’ll see if I can downgrade to CS6 or CS5 just to use on my laptop and I’ll look to see what updates and patches you’ve made down the short and the long roads with this Adobe stuff.
Kwik is compatible with CC but NOT with CC 2014. And yes, it is a nightmare just to think what needs to be done to make Kwik compatible with CC2014 (and have to keep 2 different code base for each one of their versions) 🙁
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