Currently I am running PhotoShop extended CS5, 64bit. in which i have my fovorite plugins (Topaz, Nik and OneOne) running perfectly.
I have upgraded to Adobe Creative Cloud and installed PhotoShop extended CS6 using Adobe Application Manager as recommended.
It didn't ask me if I wanted to upgrade or do a new install for PhotoShop. So now I CS6 running with no Plug-ins. I need my plugins! LOL.
I tried pointing to additional plugins in the CS6 preference to the CS5 plugin folder.
Upon Launch it gave me a whole slew of error messages saying something cant load or launch C+ runtime error or what not.
It does open up, but it only gives access to Nik and Topaz. OnOne doesn't show up under filters or extensions.
So, what are my options?
Just copy the plugins from CS5 to CS6?
I dont't want to reinstall all the plugins to CS6 if I don't have to as I've auto updated them over time to current versions online, so only have installation files for my original purchases.
I dont't want to reinstall all the plugins to CS6
See the signs for what they are - getting the proper CS6 versions and installers from the vendors is your only option even if it may entail jumjping hoops with their support and cost money for paid upgrades.
Here's Adobe's guidance: (http://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/troubleshooting-plug-ins-photoshop -cs6.html)
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