I was using the plugion "Flaticon" in Photoshop CC and CC 2014, but after doing the last Upgrade to CC 2014.2, the Plugin "dissapeared" out of my Photoshop Extensions menu and out of the Extension Manager CC.
When I tried to install the newest version of the plugin, I now get a message telling me that "The plugin can not be installed because of a conflict with an already installed plugin. To install this plugin, you have to delete the Plugin "Flaticon" installed into "". "
Yes, it says "", it seems that Extension Manager wanted to tell me the name of the application that still has "problem plugin" installed, but its not spitting out the name.
The weird thing is, I have the same problem on my MBP with OSX on it.... So I have two different systems (Win7 64-bit & OSX Yosemite) with the same problem. Here is a screenshot of the error message (sorry - in german).
Thanks for ANY help in advance - i really need to get this working out
I have the very same problem.
Anybody any solutions?
I had the same problem and was able to get it to work with the beta plugin from flaticon. But here is what I did.
1) I unsintalled photoshop and the extensions manager
2) I deleted every folder I could find unde user appdata and program files that refered to either photoshop and extensions manager.
3) re installed photoshop and extensions manager
4) used extensions manager to install the flaticon beta.
Hope this helps you, I found absolutely no answer in the forums and wanted to share as it caused me a couple of hours of time lost...
Brilliant, it worked for me, thanks thomasdekat!