In 64-bit versions of Mac OS 10.5 and later, some older, optional plug-ins are available only if Photoshop is running in 32-bit mode:
on my mac,no such options.how to make it display?
In CS6, there is indeed no such option, because there is not a 32-bit version of CS6 for the Mac. CS6 is only available in 64 bit for the Mac.
The only version that will give you that option on the Mac is CS5.
There is no such option in CS4, because that version was only 32-bit on the Mac.
how silly of me ,i found this option ,
as you said ,i fond this option by select the folder ,not the application ,
thank you vvvvvvvvery much!
Do you know why i still can't plug-in a scanner?
on 64-bit Mac OS ,32-bit mode Photoshop.and i have download the plug-in file .
Go to Applications - Choose Adobe Photoshop CS5 - Choose Adobe Photoshop CS5 - Then Click "More Info" button below the application Icon - Check the Open in 32-bit Mode Option- Close the window - Open Photoshop
Ok, so I need to run picture package, but I read I have to change the mode of my mac to run this plugin.
Apparently I can run this application to print 2 12X16 frames side by side on a 44"X35" canvas roll.
With Mac CS6 you can get the Picture Package function using Scripts in my Photo Collage Toolkit. For complex layouts you will need to create template that match the layouts in cs5 preset/layouts folder. If you just need to tile same size images onto large paper like roll paper the PasteImageRoll script can do that without the need of a template.
The scripts work on both PC and Mac OS Photoshop download http://www.mouseprints.net/old/dpr/PhotoCollageToolkit.zip