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Posted by fun2golf (My Page) on
Tue, May 3, 05 at 0:53

Thank you for the information on plugins..etc. It was very interesting. I always thought you had to put you plugins in the same directory as your PSP is. I tried moving some of them into a different drive just to make sure it would work for me. It did...So, I guess that you would suggest it be better for me to put all of my plugins in a different drive/other than where my PSP is located..Is that correct?
Again--Thank you so much for the information

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RE: Summer2

I just thought of another question. If I transfer all of my plugins to another directory, should I also move the Plugin Commander to that directory?

RE: Summer

Hi Bev,

Sorry for the late reply. I was looking for any questions about this under the original post. It doesn't have to be in a different drive, just a different folder other than your psp one in the program files. But you can have some there, just not too many. As far as the plug in commander, I don't think you have to have it anywhere special as long as you tell it where your plug-ins are.

RE: Summer

Thank you Summer. I have been a little afraid to dig into it yet. I've looked at it and it's a little confusing to me. I don't want to mess anything up while trying to use it. I will get brave soon and see what I can do.

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