Adobe Kuler panel is now available for Photoshop CC 2014

The Kuler panel for Photoshop CC 2014 is back ! and better than ever. As well as the ability to create a new theme, you can also find swatches, as well as access your own from your creative identity. If you have created a new swatch using the Kuler iPhone app for example, and synced to the Creative Cloud, then you will see it the next time you login to this panel in Photoshop CC. You can get the new panel from the Adobe Add-ons page on the Creative Cloud web view, or via your adobe.com creative identity. The Kuler panel is easy to find, either type “Kuler” into the search field marked in red below.

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Once you have found the plugin, click the icon and you should see the summary page.

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Once downloaded, the Kuler panel will be available within the Extensions menu option.

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The Kuler panel is made up of “Creation, Explore, My themes” as well as the ability to edit and use them in your artwork. Any swathes that have been added into your creative identity will appear under My Themes.

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13 Responses to Adobe Kuler panel is now available for Photoshop CC 2014

  1. Anita Elder says:

    I installed the Kuler add-on and restarted Photoshop….it’s not showing up under extensions. I opened my extension manager and I see it under InDesign, but not Photoshop. What am I doing wrong?

    • rcurtis says:

      Hi Anita,

      The Kuler extensions panel is available once a canvas is open. Hopefully you will be able to see the menu option
      now.

      Richard

  2. David Good says:

    Fresh install of Windows 8 still in the process of installing software. I go to the add on page and put kuler Photoshop 2014 and find it but there is no add-in button (or install) and it is not in Photoshop 2014

    • rcurtis says:

      Hi David,

      Please use the search facility on the page and look for “Kuler” (I have updated this post to make the finding of the add-on much clearer.

      Richard

  3. Simon says:

    Tried searching for Kuler through the add ons site as suggested, but the but the big blue “Free” install button isn’t showing for me on the Kuler summary page. I’ve installed PS CC 2104, I’m logged in, and tried a different browser.

  4. Tracie Andrews says:

    Hi,
    I’m having the same problem as David. I followed the instructions for downloading the Kuler panel to my Photoshop CC 2014, but the the download link says ‘Get this Add-on for CS6′ when i click this link it takes me to the homepage https://www.adobeexchange.com/. I definitely have CC 2014 installed btw

  5. Skip Harris says:

    Installed the Kuler panel restarted Photoshop 2014 all looks good except cannot access “My Themes”. Clicking the “My Themes” tab displays “You must sign in to view My Themes. You can access “sign in” from the help menu”. I am signed in, can Photoshop 2014 even operate unless one is signed in? I am using a Macbook Pro with 10.9.3. Can access Kuler directly with web browser to create and view my themes, any ideas?

    • rcurtis says:

      Hi, You don’t have to be logged into work with Photoshop CC 2014, however, if you are using the online services (in this case Kuler), the you will need to login to get the themes. Can you make sure that you are logged into Photoshop CC. You can access the login Menu option by using Help / Login. Once you are logged in you should see a Log out option.

      Kind regards

      Richard

      • Skip Harris says:

        Richard, wanted to give feedback as to what resolved the problem. I was logged in but went ahead and logged out via the Help menu in Photoshop 2014. This in turn then also logged me out of the Creative Cloud. I then logged back in and now can access My Themes, create and save new themes from the panel in Photoshop 2014.

  6. Murat Ozgul says:

    Where is the button? I don’t see any button on the add-on pages. Just links for ‘Get this Add-on for CS6′ … Where is the actual button for CC2014?