Step 1 - Enable Monogram Plugin
First, ensure that the Monogram Plugin is enabled, following the steps found in this article under Manual Connection > Lightroom Plugin
Step 2 - Edit Hosts File
- Open the Terminal application
- Type in this command. You can copy directly from here, paste it into the terminal and then press enter:
- Look for the following entry in the result:
If the above line is not present, add it to the hosts file. Enter this command into Terminal:sudo bash -c 'echo "127.0.0.1 localhost" >> /etc/hosts'
- Clear the DNS cache by entering this command in Terminal:
sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder
Close and relaunch Monogram Creator and any Adobe apps.
- Open a search bar with the Windows key and type Notepad
- In the search results, right-click Notepad and select Run as administrator. Click Yes if a User Account Control window opens.
- Go to the File menu and click Open...
Type the following location, or copy directly from here, into the file name:
Ensure that there is the following entry in the file:127.0.0.1 localhost
If this entry does not exist in the file, add this entry on a separate line. If there is a "#" character in front of this line, remove the "#".
Before saving, please ensure that your hosts file matches the configuration shown below. Save any changes and close the file.
- Close and relaunch Monogram Creator and any Adobe apps.