"unplugged" plugins

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"unplugged" plugins

Postby himself0314 » Sun Mar 30, 2003 7:32 am

will the "unplugged" plugins work with Photoshop Elements 2.0? if not, what will they work with?

http://www.filtermeister.com/unplugged/index.html
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Postby PIZoner » Sun Mar 30, 2003 8:52 pm

They work with PhotoImpact..
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Postby HaraldHeim » Mon Mar 31, 2003 1:30 pm

The Unplugged plugins were created with FilterFactory, so they work with almost every application that supports Photoshop plugins. So they work in Photoshop Elements, too.

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Postby sassafraswilds » Tue Apr 01, 2003 7:53 pm

Hey... is there a "simple" way to convert a .cdr file to something that Photoshop can open? Or might there be somebody out there who has both Corel and Photoshop and would open the image and convert it for me?

Why? I'm a (small time) webworker with a few loyal clients, one of whom has a logo done in Corel (.cdr file) and I need to be able to work with it in Adobe.

Thanks.

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Postby HaraldHeim » Sat Apr 05, 2003 3:07 pm

A long time ago someone had the same problem. He wanted to convert a CDR file to be able to open it in otehr applications. Unfortunatelly the CDR format isn't widely supported, so you usually need a Corel application to do it. Maybe there are some other applications that support it, e.g. check out IrfanView (http://www.irfanview.com), but I don't have much hope.

Small advice for all others: Better save your vector images in EPS format which is supported by almost all applications.


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