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You can see the install legacy java se 6 runtime error while opening any Adobe CS6 or CS5 programs (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, etc.). Aug 30, 2017 Method 3 (Mac OS 10.7 and 10.8) Use the following method to initiate the Java runtime installation or confirm if it is installed. Go to Applications Utilities Java Preferences. Open the Java Preferences. If Java is not installed, you receive the following message: “To open “Java Preferences,' you need a Java runtime. You may get a message similar to the one below indicating that you need to install the legacy Java SE 6 runtime. If you click the OK button, the message will go away. If you click the More Info. After i upgrade my mac to yosemite, some application (photoshope cs5.) require to install legacy java se 6 runtime.
I used to use Dreamweaver all the time, it was used to design and build the site and handle all the uploads etc. Since I moved to WordPress I don’t use is as much. But it’s still a great code editor so I still fire it up on occasion. At least I did until this started happening;
Sep 17, 2018 My current Mac operating system is El Capitan 10.11.6. When trying to open Illustrator CS 6, I receive a message that says 'To open Adobe Illustrator you need to install the legacy Java SE 6 runtime. Click 'More Info' to visit the legacy Java SE 6 download website.' When I do this I am brought to a. To open “MultiBit” you need to install the legacy Java SE 6 runtime. Ask Question Asked 5 years. Browse other questions tagged multibit mac or ask your own.
To open “dreamweaver” you need to install the legacy Java SE 6 runtime.
Click “More info…” to visit the legacy Java SE 6 download website.
I’m a bit twitchy about Java, I need to tread a fine line between keeping updated, and still having a version that works with my clients firewalls. The amount of times things have ‘smashed’ because Java has updated for me are numerous. Java can turn a 25 second job into a two hour job.
So the thought of ‘downgrading’ to version 6 was not one I relished. But thankfully, if you avoid the Sun Java site and install the Apple Legacy Java package everything continues to work.
If you’re still having problems, see this article.