3 Replies Latest reply on Oct 1, 2015 4:27 AM by juant37951758

    hiding a plugin

    starjohn2

      Hello,

       

      I have a script and a plugin. I run the plugin from the script, because it doesn't work well without this.

       

      Is there a way to make the plugin there, but invisible or disabled to the user ?

       

      Thanks

        • 1. Re: hiding a plugin
          Tom Ruark Adobe Employee

          Add

          Category { "**Hidden**" },

          to your PiPL and rebuild the plug-in. On windows make sure you right click and compile the .r file and right click and compile the .rc file. Then build your plug-in.

          • 2. Re: hiding a plugin
            starjohn2 Level 1

            Thanks a lot Tom! worked great

             

             

            If someone else wants to know what to do exactly then:

             

            resource 'PiPL' (ResourceID, plugInName " PiPL", purgeable)

            {

                      {

                                Kind { Acquire },

                                Name { plugInName "..." },

                                Version { (latestAcquireVersion << 16) | latestAcquireSubVersion },

                                Category { "**Hidden**" },

            • 3. Re: hiding a plugin
              juant37951758

              Hello, I have this and don't works in CS6

               

              resource 'PiPL' (16000, "Tommy PiPL", purgeable)

              {

                {

                Kind { Filter },

                Name { "Color Converter Filter" },

                //Category { "AdobeSDK" },

               

               

                Version { (latestFilterVersion << 16) | latestFilterSubVersion },

                Category { "**Hidden**" },

               

                #if defined(_WIN64)

                CodeWin64X86 { "PluginMain" },

                #else

                CodeWin32X86 { "PluginMain" },

                #endif

               

               

                EnableInfo { "true" },

               

               

                }

              };