Photoshop: Not finding all the features in CC 2014

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I am using Photoshop CC 2014. Following the latest update I no loner get the 'scripting pattern options' under EDIT - FILL. Can I have it back please.

Similarly all but one of the options has vanished from the STYLIZE FILTER menu.
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Hi John,

The Scripted Patterns feature has moved.

You can now find it under:

Filter>Render>Tree
Filter>Render>Picture Frame

and there's a new one:

Filter>Render>Flame

Can you take a screen shot of Filter>Stylize....menu? I seem to have all the options here:

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Morning Jeffrey,

Thank you for your swift and helpful reply. I've found my tree and I'm happy.

I have also discovered all the options under the 'Stylize' filter. It was my own silly fault that I could not find them before.

The Adobe Support is superb. In my experience there is none better.

Regards,

John Holyer
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Cool. Glad I could help.
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Jeffrey, I don't see any of the three filters under "Render."

Update function says it is updated.

Here's the data from System Information:

Adobe Photoshop Version: 14.2.1 (14.2.1 20140207.r.570 2014/02/07:23:00:00) x64
Operating System: Windows 7 64-bit
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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You are using the old version. Please install CC 2014 from the Creative Cloud application. (version 2014.x)
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Robert Blasdel

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Thanks! I got trees!
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Sebastian Rich

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I cant find batch prossesor on CC , in need of urgent help , on location am pro photog adobe help line not open the weekend HELP
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Chris Cox

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The Batch command is built into Photoshop, it can't disappear.
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Are you referring to File>Automate>Batch...? Or File>Scripts>Image Processor...?
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George Felton

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I have PS CC 2015 and the trees do not exist nor is there a scripted option. Did they dilute the $9/month version? I have tried all the suggestions and they simply are not there.
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Chris Cox

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No, there is only one version.
Filter->Render->Tree... is there in Photoshop CC 2015.
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George Felton

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Thanks Chris, found it. Not sure how to apply it to a photo. I am new to Photo shop and not a real computer whiz. If you can help with this it would be appreciated.
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Ive got the same - only dloaded CC2015 this week and had loads of problems with just getting it running due I think to the fontlibrary file being corrupt (loads of other have and I only got it working because of forums) but it disabled something in my laptops video card. The Tree function under render is greyed out. Really confused as all the adobe help files online seem only to be for 2014
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Paul Hibbert

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Hiya George. Ive worked through the problem and its because they have written the 3d parts to use the VRAM parts of separate video cards. My laptop is an AMD6 vision quad core, only one year old but doesn't have a dedicated graphics card because the chip itself is good enough.... so I am buggered...... until I get an updated PC with independent vid card.
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George Felton

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Yes Paul, I finally found the trees via the filter-render route. Woo Hoo. I hate it when I lose trees LOL