When I upgraded my MacBook Pro to Mojave last month, I loved all of the changes, particularly the new Stacks feature. But I was bummed out when one of my most-used apps, Photoshop, would no longer open.
I have an old version of Adobe Photoshop I’ve kept on my laptop for many years now (it’s CS5, in case you’re wondering).
Every single time I tried to open Photoshop, it would crash and produce an error report.
There was nothing I could do to fix it — or so I thought.
After doing some sleuthing online, I learned that the kind folks at MacWorld UK had stumbled upon a trick that makes many seemingly-incompatible apps, like my old version of Adobe Photoshop, suddenly work on MacOS Mojave.
If you have an old version of Photoshop yourself, or have any other apps that don’t seem to work in MacOS Mojave, try this trick first before giving up all hope.
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First, open System Preferences.
Click on Security & Privacy.
Click on the far-right tab called “Privacy.”
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