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Can't apply my 3rd party filters anymore in Photoshop CS5 after installing a twain driver

Aug 9, 2012 11:04 AM

Tags: #problem #plugin #filter #twain

I installed a twain driver (i now realize this was a mistake) in my CS5 for the purpose of scanning within it.  Since doing so, I can no longer apply my topaz filters (or any 3rd party filters for that matter).  The filter interface opens fine, and i can see the filter on my image, however, when I click out of it, nothing is applied to my image.  Help?!?

 
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    Aug 9, 2012 11:16 AM   in reply to pcaporalli

    What operating system?  I seem to recall advice not to use Twain drivers on a 64 bit system. Have you tried to deinstall the driver?

     
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    Aug 9, 2012 12:01 PM   in reply to pcaporalli

    pcaporalli wrote:

     

    I've got snow leopard.  I'm not very technical.  I did research uninstalling the driver, however, havn't found anything yet.  Do you know how I would go about doing so?

     

     

    Not a Mac user myself, but there are many here who can help out.

     
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    Aug 9, 2012 12:13 PM   in reply to pcaporalli

    For a very quick fix, try removing the Adobe TWAIN plug-in or at least disabling it by closing Photoshop and  typing a ~ (that's a tilde ~) in front of its name, then relaunch Photoshop.

     

    That's why Adobe doesn't even include the now-optional TWAIN plug-in as part of the default installation of Photoshop any more.

     

    Trnsprnt_Apple_in_circle.png Mac user

     
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