- Install or update the open source ZXP Installer and open it
- Extract the provided doco.zip file to the location of your choice.
- Drag the Doco.zxp file on to the ZXP Installer
Open Photoshop CC and run Doco from Windows > Extensions > Doco. Doco will launch and try to connect to Photoshop.
Installation Guide Adobe Photoshop CC 2014
Please make sure you have the latest version of Photoshop CC and Extension manager before installation.
Install or update Adobe Extension Manager
Open Adobe creative cloud and make sure you have the latest version of Adobe Extension Manager.
Extract and Double click to install
Extract the provided doco.zip file to the location of your choice.
Double click Doco.zxp to open Adobe Extension Manager and install Doco
Click the accept button
Adobe Extension Manager will be opened, click the accept button. Doco will be installed.
Please make sure Adobe Extension Manager CC is opened.
Open Photoshop and run Doco
Open Photoshop CC and run Doco from the Windows > Extensions > Doco. Doco will launch and try to connect to Photoshop.
Windows users: You may need to run Adobe Extension Manager as an administrator by right clicking the Adobe Extension Manager from the start menu > select "Run as administrator". After Adobe Extension Manager is launched click the install button at the top and locate the Doco.zxp file you have previously extracted.
Which versions of Photoshop are supported by Doco?
Adobe Photoshop CC 14.2 and Adobe Photoshop CC 2014
Can Doco run on Photoshop CC 14.0 or 14.1?
Unfortunately no. Doco needs Photoshop 14.2 and above.
Can Doco run on both Mac and PC
Yes, yes it can.
Can I run Doco on both Photoshop CC and Photoshop CC 2014?
How can I speed up Photoshop on windows 8?
This is not directly related to Doco and will help with other extensions.
If you have Windows Defender running (runs on default) you can configure it to exclude the Photoshop process needed to run Doco and other extensions.
To do so (recommend):
- Click the start button, search and open Windows Defender
- Click the settings tab
- Select "Excluded Processes" on the left
- Click the browse button
- Browse to c:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CC 2014\node.exe and click the ok button
- Click the add button on the right
- Click the save changes button and quite Windows Defender