Trev Bowden wrote:Please don't place plugins or any other resources that you have purchased inside the PSP x3 root folder. This folder will be deleted should you need to uninstall X3 for any reason and your purchases will be lost.
PSP creates a My PSP folder in my documents. This is for saving all your purchased Resources. Place them in there, if there is not a plugin sub folder make one first and add it to your file locations. You might also want to move Tubes, frames Etc from previous versions of PSP there too especially if you going to uninstal it. All resource's that came with a particular edition of PSP will be installed when that edition is installed
calpon wrote:You need to put your entire Viveza 2 plugin folders (decompressed) in (program files)(Corel)(Corel Paintshop Pro)(X3)(Plugin). CREATE THIS FILE YOURSELF.
OldRadioGuy wrote:calpon wrote:You need to put your entire Viveza 2 plugin folders (decompressed) in (program files)(Corel)(Corel Paintshop Pro)(X3)(Plugin). CREATE THIS FILE YOURSELF.
I am not familiar with this particular plug-in, but most plug-ins with install functions allow the user to browse to another folder during the installation, if needed. If your plug-ins are shared (or will be in the future) among several programs, it's a good idea to install to a main folder that's separate from PSP or any other photo editor. Then you can point to that location with the options menu of each editor.
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