The 'Modules' folder is not created by default.
It is only created:
* by a plugin installer, or
* a user
So, if you are so lucky that you've got the path right (parent folder must exist), then just create the 'Modules' subfolder yourself, the old fashioned way..
Thanks, I try that.
OK - let us know..
PS - Lightroom officially supports installing plugins:
* Via 'Add' (in place) in the plugin manager.
* Via plugin installers (which know to create the 'Modules' folder if it does not already exist).
That said, it is possible (although not officially supported) to manually create the 'Modules' folder and put plugins in it..
This should shed some light on why the 'Modules' folder may not be there - i.e. if you've never created it yourself, nor run a plugin installer which creates it, it won't be there.
The other possibility: you've got the parent path wrong (fingers crossed).
I had the parent path wrong, I was looking in the library in my "Home" folder instead of the HD folder. I was able to install them using the Plugins Manager without a problem. (Now I need to try and understand why Apple has two libraries, seems like since we have so many words available to use they could have come up with something unique.
Now I need to try and understand why Apple has two libraries.
Those in home directory depend on who's logged in.
Those in common directory are shared (do not depend on who's logged in).
So logical, should have taken the next step and figured that out myself. Thanks