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Community Beginner ,
Jun 17, 2020

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Hi, I used before Luminar Flex in my Lightroom. Now I want removed the plugins. Iwas just doing that from Preferenser/External Editing BUT Flex is still in my Modules (photo below). Can I just removed those files?

So, if I wanted to get rid entirely a plug-in

 

1. First up bring up Plug-in Manager

Plug-in ManagerPlug-in Manager

 

Scroll down to the Plug-in desired (Flickr in my example, I do not use it, only had it for a test)

 

And click on that Disable Button

 

Resulting in

Plug-in Manager, a Plug-in disabledPlug-in Manager, a Plug-in disabled

Then, I could look at the path indicated, or select to show in Finder

 

FInderFInder

And then drag that file to the trash.

 

After I restart LrC, then it will be gone

Plug-in Manager post LrC restartPlug-in Manager post LrC restart

 

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Uninstall plugins Lightroom

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Hi, I used before Luminar Flex in my Lightroom. Now I want removed the plugins. Iwas just doing that from Preferenser/External Editing BUT Flex is still in my Modules (photo below). Can I just removed those files?

So, if I wanted to get rid entirely a plug-in

 

1. First up bring up Plug-in Manager

Plug-in ManagerPlug-in Manager

 

Scroll down to the Plug-in desired (Flickr in my example, I do not use it, only had it for a test)

 

And click on that Disable Button

 

Resulting in

Plug-in Manager, a Plug-in disabledPlug-in Manager, a Plug-in disabled

Then, I could look at the path indicated, or select to show in Finder

 

FInderFInder

And then drag that file to the trash.

 

After I restart LrC, then it will be gone

Plug-in Manager post LrC restartPlug-in Manager post LrC restart

 

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Hi,

 

You have to physically remove the files of the plugin. Locate where they are in your system ( depending on Windows or MacOs) and either use a de-installer or manually remove the files. Then, it is gone. 

Hope this will help.

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Community Beginner ,
Jun 17, 2020

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Thank you! I find with Finder where they are but have some more, last question. I use Skylum4 as plugin in Lightroom. If I remove Flex that will be not same problem with the other plugin?Snip20200617_9.png

 

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Jun 17, 2020

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So, if I wanted to get rid entirely a plug-in

 

1. First up bring up Plug-in Manager

Plug-in ManagerPlug-in Manager

 

Scroll down to the Plug-in desired (Flickr in my example, I do not use it, only had it for a test)

 

And click on that Disable Button

 

Resulting in

Plug-in Manager, a Plug-in disabledPlug-in Manager, a Plug-in disabled

Then, I could look at the path indicated, or select to show in Finder

 

FInderFInder

And then drag that file to the trash.

 

After I restart LrC, then it will be gone

Plug-in Manager post LrC restartPlug-in Manager post LrC restart

 

Just another Adobe customer; My Sys; APP: LRC 9.4, PS 21.2.1; CMP: WIN WS 16GB OS 10 v1909 (18363), mid 2015 MBPr 15” 16GB MACOS 10.15.6; 4K EXT DSPY; CAM: Canon 5D Mk III, Fuji X-T3

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The best explanation ever! Thank you so much, greetings from Greece, elwira

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