Should work with all Mac OS's up to Catalina which will be coming out in September. Catalina will not run 32 bit apps, so Indesign CS6 is done. I think Photoshop CS6 was a 64 bit app and possibly Illustrator, but could be wrong on that.
Ok, thanks. I really don't use my ID CS6 at home for anything heavy duty, so I'm good; I do Sunday school lessons with it. And thanks for the info on CS6 being 32-bit. In fact, at work there's an OS upgrade to Mojave in the works, and we'll have to upgrade our PitStop Pro 2017, as it isn't compatible. We'll have to upgrade everything if we go to OS Catalina, including our Xitron Sierra RIP. A headache, but a necessary one.
As for my iMac at home and ID CS6, a partition seems the way to go if I get around to Catalina. I can use Mojave for my ID software, and then Catalina for everything else.