1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 11, 2017 8:05 PM by JJMack

    Issue re-loading plug-ins

    bellavita64

      Updated to the latest version of Photoshop CC  (19.0) today. Of course, my plug-ins did not migrate. Topaz Labs Topaz Adjust migrated, but Remask didn't. Go figure. Drives me nuts, but a known issue So I tried re-installing my Portraiture plug-in, but it only shows host options of Adobe Photoshop CS6 or Adobe Photoshop CS5. Adobe Photoshop CC is not shown as a host option. Has anyone else had this issue? I tried clicking on the Add button, but am not sure what folder to send it to. Could someone please help? I don't want to have to edit from CS5 all weekend

        • 1. Re: Issue re-loading plug-ins
          JJMack Most Valuable Participant

          Adobe  does not migrate third party Photoshop Plug-ins when you install a new version of Photoshop. This has alway been the case.  You need to use the third party installer to install you plug-ins or manually install thirty Plug-ins..   In very old versions of Photoshop there was a  Photoshop Preference that you could use to set and addotional plug-in Path tp Photoshop.  That preference has been removed in newer versions of Photoshop.  I still use that ma\ethod by adding my Photoshop plug-in path to Adobe Photoshop Plug-in folder.  I have to do that manually.  There is no getting around the fact that  you need to install the Photoshop Plug-in you wish to use in Phooshop into ever version of Photoshop you use.

           

          All you may need to do is copy your plug-ins into Adobe's Photoshop CC 2018 Plug-ins folder.  I stress MAY for I do not use Portraiture more may be required or you may need a version of it that supports CC 2018.  Check with its developer look at their web site.