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Invalid links / infos on the great plugin freeware page
The author told me that he deleted the contents due to lack of webspace.
Hmmmm ThePluginSite, might you help Mark by offering a free hosting of the plugins ?
Please include this description on your page:
You find the plugins under the Digital Photography menu, The Works and Fotomatic.
Link ot the offering site is ok, but site fails to offer proper link for download, i.e. no successful download.
This is a working download offer
for the plugin, but its a "no-IP" webserver, so maybe not a stable offer.
At the first visit:
>Sorry, this GeoCities site is currently unavailable.
>The GeoCities web site you were trying to view has temporarily
>exceeded its data transfer limit. Please try again later.
Some hours later, access was ok,
so have a try several times...
Valid new links
indeed there is no indication, that " 2 of the 16 plugins (Crumple & Stain) work in the demo version", intstead it says "The Xenofex 2 demo is fully functional for 30 days".
I adore your great work by collecting links to FREE Photoshop plugins,
especially the "Macromedia Fireworks FX" tip is hot ,
but if the provider turns from 2/16-fully-functional-forever to 30 days, its time to says good bye ( or open another page with links to all expireing plugins, might be even of commercial interest of the providers ). But maybe you know better than me, of course...
is forwarded to
http://www.topazlabs.com/topazlabs/04do ... index.html
( maybe its good to keep the short URL ?!)
Sorry, I don´t see anything useful on this page ( hmm is this a parking domain ?!)
http://www.atm-international.com/Astrop ... lugins.htm
Sorry, I don´t find the plugins from the main page
All plugins, also the Brighness plugin, are "demo" plugins which stamp the word "demo" several times on the image , with the current version So please think about removing this offer.
"just download the free trial version. It is a complete version but puts an “unregistered” message into all converted pictures"
"The trial license will allow you to open 30 images. After this trial period is over, you must either stop using J2K Escalator or purchase a license. The cost is $25.00 for a single user application license."
As you say in the text, its just for Mac, but you have the Windows logo for this item on your page.
"Once you install the plugins you may use them without an authorization code as a non-expiring, fully functional demo OR if you do have an authorization code, simply enter it to unlock the plugins and remove the demo marking."
=> demo marking, just advertising, no freebies?!
You write " GraphicXtras.com offers GX Blend 1 Freebie plugin for After Effects (for Windows)" but I don´t find it, sorry.
Error "File Not Found. I'm sorry the file you requested is no longer available on this server."
I don´t see the offer on the website (anymore).
I don´t see any "freebies".
Last edited by hemmerling on Thu Sep 06, 2007 10:07 am, edited 18 times in total.
b) The cybia site is rather messy, but the plug-ins are there. You find them under the Digital Photography menu, The Works and Fotomatic.
d) This site has been like this for years: sometimes you can access it, sometimes you can't - its just a stupid Geocities bandwidth limit error. At the time of this post it was working fine.
.jbr = Paint Shop Pro 7 brush file. If you are using a newer version of PSP (8+), you can import these brushes simply by changing the file extension to .pspbrush.
I have PSP 9 I love it and I gathering stuff for it. I have special folders so I wont bog it down. I'm just learning about masks. I really love what I've seen you can do with them. LOL When I got these I was so suprised to find they didn't show up in my PSP. Someone said I had to import them. Someone said I had to have a special dill, I tried that about the special dill a friend sent me one. I have know idea how to import things yet. LOL I'm going to keep working on this until I learn it. I have a passion for PSP and I have the time right now to learn it. Thank you so much for helping me. Boz
Boz, this is my last reply inside this thread - one could start the proper one in the PSP forum if that's the case - but as far as I know you can't import the brushes in PSP9 that have the .jbr extension because since PSP8 the extension has been changed to .pspbrush. You could try (refer to the help file for importing custom brushes), but if it fails simply change the extension - you can do this through Windows Explorer (set it to display file extensions and after you've finished the task turn it off again); in case you have troubles with the procedure search for it in Google and you'll find many solutions and alternatives
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