I'm a bit confused. How am I getting to Organize? xD
Janie (?) Windows 8 is an area I am resisting going near for as long as I can, so it might be different from Windows 7. A quick Google found these instructions for viewing hidden files and folders
They can tend to confuse things, so probably best to turn them off again after adding your cursors.
That didn't change anything as far as the Adobe plug-ins folder goes. I think Adobe may have changed the location for file formats.
It's not that I'm trying to add cursors, I'm trying to add a new format to Photoshop, so that I can start saving files AS cursors, .cur format.
OK, but like I said. I know ziltch about Windows 8. It might be worth starting a new thread with a different subject line like CS6 File Locations in Windows 8
I have just tried to Google that information without success.
Try this: Having unhidden files and folders, search your system for *.cur When you get a hit, right click and chose Open file location. You should be able to drag your new cursor file into the folder.
First thing you should do is remove the plugins that you copied to the
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS6 (64 Bit)\Required\Plug-Ins and from the Adobe Bridge CS6 Plug-Ins folder.
Then if the plugin will work in photoshop cs6, and it may not, the cursor plugin you downloaded should go into the 32 bit version
of photoshop cs6 at
C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS6\Plug-ins
Just copy it into the above folder as that is the folder where adobe says all third party plugins should go.
You'll have to run the 32 bit version of photoshop cs6 in order to use the cursor plugin.
It worked! Thank you SO much.