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Change from CEP to UXP Panel in HUE
Change from CEP to UXP Panel in HUE
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Written by Viviana
Updated over a week ago

If you own a Macbook that is ARM-based eg. M1 or M2-based chips, you may have some compatibility problems between HUE and the latest versions of Photoshop (22.3 and later). You can learn about the details here.

This can be quite frustrating especially if you rely on PS for your daily work. To help address this issue, we created the HUE UXP, which runs on a UXP Panel in Photoshop. This panel type is newer than the CEP panel that standard HUE uses, and is what Adobe is supporting going forward.

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To streamline our efforts, we’ve decided to phase out the current CEP Panel beginning on September 1st 2023, which means that HUE (with the CEP Panel) will no longer be supported with updates after this date.

Furthermore, beginning August 1st 2023 we will rename HUE (That uses the CEP Panel) to "HUE Legacy" while HUE UXP will be renamed to HUE.

By doing this, we are able to focus solely on a single app, allowing us to work more efficiently on enhancing its performance, creating new features, and resolving issues more quickly.

You can download HUE UXP here.

Further information on the first set-up can be found here.

If you should run into any issues or have any additional questions, you can reach out to us via in-app chat or via emailing

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