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Plz help me with plugin folder
I have psp 7 and psp 10 and would like to know how to set up the plungins for
both psp programs with out haveing to install them all over again for both psp folders. I hope this makes sence.
If you can help plz do. I'll be watching to see what happends.
Im pretty new to psp, but catching on fast with help.
Thank you so much for your help and for taking the time to read this.
I'll be waiting to see what I need to do now.
In your preferences menu somewhere (I only have PSP5 as a ref so things may be different for you) go to plugins tab/option in general preferences and type in/browse for the extra plugin directories you want to include in the space provided for extra directories/folders and you are away!
For PSP X
You have to run the following command:
Select from list "Plug-ins" item
Press "Add" button and choose C:\Plug-ins folder.
re-run Psp X
For Psp 7
run File->Preferences->File Location
Choose Plug-ins Filter tab.
Set folder 1,2 or 3 to C:\Plug-ins.
Re run PSP7.
Now you share C:\plug-ins folder for PSP7 and PSPX
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