Full support of MacOS Mojave for Adobe Lightroom CC Classic, Photoshop CC, Bridge and CameraRaw products

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Hello, I'd like to know when Adobe expects to release an update for a full support of MacOS Mojave ?
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Julien Baudin

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Dave Roberts

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I am curious, what does it not support?
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Julien Baudin

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For now there are several issues on going on Lightroom and Photoshop so as a "Pro" user I prefer to wait for a green light from Adobe
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Rikk Flohr, Official Rep

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Please review this:https://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/global/macos-mojave-compatibility.html 

The only issue I've seen reported is performance of Lightroom Classic CC after the update. This appears to be an issue with the OSx update and users are reporting a clean install of the OS cures the performance problems introduced by the OS upgrade. 
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Carlos Cardona

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Yeah, no one is doing that, it takes many hours! We’ll wait for the upgrade to go Mojave, or until the Photo Taco Podcast says “OK”. -25 years Mac IT Pro
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Abhishek Seth, Employee

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Hi, 

We have released a new version of Adobe Bridge CC (9.0.0.204) which is now available to download using Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop Application.

 You can also download it from https://www.adobe.com/products/bridge.html

Please refer to  New and enhanced features | Latest release of Bridge CC​ for complete list of new and exciting features.

Regards,

Abhishek Seth

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Rick Burress

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"unable to save the raw conversion settings" in MacOS Mojave

"unable to save the raw conversion settings" in MacOS Mojave in both Bridge 2018 and Bridge 2019, whether or not settings are saved on internal or external drives. Permissions otherwise fine. Privacy settings changed in System Prefs to allow full disk access to both versions of the App.