The objects do not appear, they look as if they are invisible57 votes
We realize that this has continued to be an issue for many over the years. The general cause of this problem is that the hardware isn’t supported.
Try updating your video card drivers. Often this is enough to get it working.
We’re also doing some overhauls to our system this year that may improve this, will update when more information is available!
For me, it doesn't recognise that i am logged into creative cloud, i have to open dimension, log out of cc, then i have to log back in, then dimension closes because it's noticed it's logged out, then you have re open dimension for it to finally recognise that you are logged in.
It is a massive waste of time and puts me off wanting to use it, especially when all i want to do is send my boss a 3D version of something i am working on for him to spin it around and show clients.3 votes
Not a bug with the program, which I cannot install, but with the CC app and website. When I try to install Dimension I get the attached error message:
“Dimension is not yet available for devices using Apple silicon.”
There is a link provided which takes users to this page: https://helpx.adobe.com/download-install/kb/arm-processors.html
That page explains why Adobe apps don’t run on Windows computers with ARM processors. This has nothing to do with Macs and very few users know that Apple Silicon is an ARM based processor.1 vote
To save time, I'm copying the relevant info from my forum post.
On my Mac Pro, I've installed Dimension 3.3, and it's completely unusable. As is demonstrated in my attached screen capture:
No links can be clicked.
The scrollbar doesn't work.
Can't access promoted content.
Can't open a document.
Can't create a document.
Window does not properly scale.
Dimension will not close using the window controls, or through Cmd + Q. A Force Quit is required.1 vote
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