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Rafe, There's a dll file you have to install in the Photoshop directory in order to get PanoTools to work. Have you found this and done so? When you get it up and running and master its intricacies, please let me know so I can pick your brain about simplified ways of understanding its complicated functions. I've heard from many sources this program produces quality panos due to its ability to map anchor points to force connect multiple images in ways the automated pano programs miss. If I had a slightly bigger brain and more time I'd venture in with some confidence the learning time investment would pay off. good luck. michael 9/9/2001 8:55:42 AM, Raphael Bustin <email@example.com> wrote: >OK, I'm stumped. > >What's the trick to installing Photoshop Plugins? > >I downloaded "Pano Tools" from somewhere on the web, >extracted the .8BF files, and copied them to the >Plugins/Filters directory in the Photoshop directory >tree. Quit Photoshop, restarted it. No sign of the >"Pano Tools" plugins. Quit and restarted several >times, even rebooted the computer once. > >Is it possible that the Mac and Win versions of these >are different? Could I have downloaded the Mac >version (I note that the PanoTools plugins are >smallish files, compared to most of the other plugins.) > >I downloaded "Plugin Manager" and it seems to find >the new plugins, though they are placed in a category >labeled "[Unknown]". > >What's the deal? As a rule, I don't mess around a lot >with plugins, as you can tell... > > >rafe b. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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