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How to install plugins ?

  • Usually, you just have to copy plugin files, into the "Plugins" or "Plug-ins" sub folder, inside the retouching software's folder. Restart your application. Plugins will appear in the "Filters" or "Effects" menu. ("Xtras" menu for Fireworks)
  • Paint Shop Pro obligates the user to specify the folder which contains Photoshop plugs. Thus, go to the menu "File", choose "Preferences" and then "File Locations". Select the tab or item concerning plugins, and then press the browse button.

I have a problem with one or several plugins .

  • Verify that your application allows the use of plugins for Photoshop .
  • Is the version of your software too old ? Using a more recent version of your software might resolve the problem.
  • All my plugins were intensively tested with Photoshop, to hunt down all the bugs. Besides, they should work correctly with the following applications: PhotoFiltre Studio, Corel PHOTO-PAINT, Jasc Paint Shop Pro, and Macromedia Fireworks.
  • Plugins that use transparency ( like Eraser Classic or Eraser Genuine) might not work with certain applications. This is a specific compatibility problem with transparency. If your software does not handle layers (like imageN), then it is obvious that you cannot use transparency.

Are these plugs available for Mac ?

  • I'm a total ignorant of the Mac's world. All my plugs work with PC. If there's an easy way to let my plugs work with Mac, i'll be happy to learn it.

How to add an alpha channel, with Photoshop.

  • In other words, how to activate transparency:
  • Open an image (let's suppose that's jpeg file, to avoid particular cases).
  • Display the layer window.
  • Double-click the layer named "Background".
  • Press the OK button.
  • That's all!

I've got a problem with the password.

  • No more zip files are protected by a password.


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