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    Default Installing new filters in PS CS2

    I am by no means an expert with CS2. I'm trying to install some new filters/plug-in, but I can't figure out how to do it. The file is unzipped and ready to go, but I'm missing something somewhere. There's probably a completely obvious solution I've overlooked...

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    You need to copy and paste the filters into the 'plug-ins' directory in the main PS directory, then restart PS and they should show. The default location is program files (x86)/Adobe/Adobe Photoshop CS2/plugins/filters

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    The dead simple approach is to do a file search for the plug in extension in the adobe directory. Consider the existing sources and put it where it should go. Ravells is right about the default - I'm not sure if its the same directory under Windows 7.

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    It's something very close to that under W7.

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    Thanks guys, I shall try it out...

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