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How to bring basic SDK present inside windows in to Plug-Ins menu

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Apr 02, 2020

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Hi Everyone,

I tried to move the basic plugin that comes under windows into Plug-Ins menu, but it still occurs in windows menu. Is there is any way to bring sample plugin that comes under window in to plug-ins menu.please do guide me on this to complete my task...

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-Jothi

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Correct answer by Peter Villevoye | Adobe Community Professional

Every once in a year or so, I try to answer a question about extensions, or plug-ins, add-ons, or whatever Adobe comes up with as the new name of the game. And every year they surprise me (or should I say: don't surprise me at all anymore) that the searching, browsing, downloading, installing, managing, and even using of these extras is - still - a terrible mess...

Even their own Help files don't explain how to deal with them...

 

Where are the Plugin management menus they refer to in their Help pages ? Is it in my Download folder ? Are plugins to be found under the CC Desktop app now (like Exchange suggests) ? Do I need to restart an application before a plugin is activated ? And where can I find it in general if the documentation leaves me fairly clueless ?

 

I'm sorry for abusing your question as an opportunity to rant about this, but Adobe's always-lousy and ever-flawed approach for this have cost you and me again another 30 minutes of our lives, spent on figuring out their mess.

 

Two questions for you, though:

1. Are you talking about plugins in InDesign, or maybe Photoshop ?

2. If in InDesign, which version are you using, and Mac or Windows ?

 

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How to bring basic SDK present inside windows in to Plug-Ins menu

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Hi Everyone,

I tried to move the basic plugin that comes under windows into Plug-Ins menu, but it still occurs in windows menu. Is there is any way to bring sample plugin that comes under window in to plug-ins menu.please do guide me on this to complete my task...

Thanks,

-Jothi

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Peter Villevoye | Adobe Community Professional

Every once in a year or so, I try to answer a question about extensions, or plug-ins, add-ons, or whatever Adobe comes up with as the new name of the game. And every year they surprise me (or should I say: don't surprise me at all anymore) that the searching, browsing, downloading, installing, managing, and even using of these extras is - still - a terrible mess...

Even their own Help files don't explain how to deal with them...

 

Where are the Plugin management menus they refer to in their Help pages ? Is it in my Download folder ? Are plugins to be found under the CC Desktop app now (like Exchange suggests) ? Do I need to restart an application before a plugin is activated ? And where can I find it in general if the documentation leaves me fairly clueless ?

 

I'm sorry for abusing your question as an opportunity to rant about this, but Adobe's always-lousy and ever-flawed approach for this have cost you and me again another 30 minutes of our lives, spent on figuring out their mess.

 

Two questions for you, though:

1. Are you talking about plugins in InDesign, or maybe Photoshop ?

2. If in InDesign, which version are you using, and Mac or Windows ?

 

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Every once in a year or so, I try to answer a question about extensions, or plug-ins, add-ons, or whatever Adobe comes up with as the new name of the game. And every year they surprise me (or should I say: don't surprise me at all anymore) that the searching, browsing, downloading, installing, managing, and even using of these extras is - still - a terrible mess...

Even their own Help files don't explain how to deal with them...

 

Where are the Plugin management menus they refer to in their Help pages ? Is it in my Download folder ? Are plugins to be found under the CC Desktop app now (like Exchange suggests) ? Do I need to restart an application before a plugin is activated ? And where can I find it in general if the documentation leaves me fairly clueless ?

 

I'm sorry for abusing your question as an opportunity to rant about this, but Adobe's always-lousy and ever-flawed approach for this have cost you and me again another 30 minutes of our lives, spent on figuring out their mess.

 

Two questions for you, though:

1. Are you talking about plugins in InDesign, or maybe Photoshop ?

2. If in InDesign, which version are you using, and Mac or Windows ?

 

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I'm talking about InDesign plugins in windows version

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Hi Everyone,

I found the correct answer for my query. Now, it works correct.

-Jothi

 

 

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