Here is how you can use our plug-ins for Creative Cloud 2021 and 2022 with Apple silicon systems.
Download the latest Type Client version from Universal Type Server Support.
Use the following table to determine whether to run your Creative Cloud applications natively or using Rosetta 2.
(The plug-ins for After Effects and InCopy do not include the Extensis Font Panel.)
If you are using our auto-activation plug-in with After Effects or InCopy, you will need to run After Effects using Rosetta.
If you are using only auto-activation with Photoshop, you can run Photoshop as a native application.
If you are using the Extensis Font Panel with Photoshop, you will need to run Photoshop using Rosetta. Doing so will still give you full access to auto-activation features.
When you start an Intel-only application, or a universal application that you want to run using Rosetta, Rosetta translates the application’s Intel code for use with Apple silicon.
To run an application using Rosetta:
Quit all applications, including Universal Type Client.
In the Finder, select the Adobe application icon and choose File > Get Info.
In the Info window, select Open using Rosetta.
Close the Info window.
Start the Adobe application.
If you are prompted to install Rosetta, click Install, then start the application again.
For more on installing Rosetta, see the Apple article If you need to install Rosetta on your Mac.
Quit the Adobe application.
Repeat steps 2 through 6 for any other Adobe applications that you want to run using Rosetta.
Ensure that the desired Adobe plug-ins are installed and active.
See Enabling and disabling plug-ins in Type Client Help for details.
See the Adobe article Do Adobe apps work on Apple computers that use the M1 chip? for updated information on which Adobe products run as native Apple silicon applications.