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Plug-In Filters

There are many plug-in filters available for Paint Shop Pro, some for free and some for sale. Two popular commercial plug-in packages are SuperBladePro from Flaming Pear (http://www.flamingpear.com) and Eye Candy 4000 from Alien Skin Software (http://www.alienskin.com).

To install commercial plug-in filters, follow the manufacturer’s directions. To install free, downloadable filters that have no installer, put the filters in the folder where you want to store them. If you put the filters in your Paint Shop Pro PlugIns folder, there’s nothing more you need to do. If you put the filters in some other folder, be sure that that folder is specified in your file location preferences: In Paint Shop Pro, choose File > Preferences > File Locations. In the File Locations dialog box (shown in Figure 7.58), choose Plug-ins in the selection list. Click the Add button and then the Browse button. Choose the folder in which you’ve placed your filters. Click OK after choosing the folder. Repeat for any other folders where you want Paint Shop Pro to look for plug-ins, and then click OK again to return to Paint Shop Pro.


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