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Using Silverfast within Photoshop Elements

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Jun 06, 2020

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In 2006 I bought a Plustek OpticFilm 7600i with SilverFast.  Looking at my old first scan images they were produced (saved?) in Photoshop 7.0.

 

If I remember correctly Photoshop ‘called’ SilverFast to do the scanning and then were saved by Photoshop, which is now seen in the file’s properties.

 

This year I purchased a new HPzBook running Windows 10 Pro 64bit.  I’ve bought the latest versions of SilverFast and Photoshop Elements 2020.  Both have been updated in the last few days to the latest release.  I saw that Photoshop bridge was also installed, when I installed the latest releases.

 

However, I am unable to ‘call’ Silverfast from within Photoshop as I did in 2006.

 

Has this feature been removed or have I yet to learn how to do it?

 

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Using Silverfast within Photoshop Elements

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In 2006 I bought a Plustek OpticFilm 7600i with SilverFast.  Looking at my old first scan images they were produced (saved?) in Photoshop 7.0.

 

If I remember correctly Photoshop ‘called’ SilverFast to do the scanning and then were saved by Photoshop, which is now seen in the file’s properties.

 

This year I purchased a new HPzBook running Windows 10 Pro 64bit.  I’ve bought the latest versions of SilverFast and Photoshop Elements 2020.  Both have been updated in the last few days to the latest release.  I saw that Photoshop bridge was also installed, when I installed the latest releases.

 

However, I am unable to ‘call’ Silverfast from within Photoshop as I did in 2006.

 

Has this feature been removed or have I yet to learn how to do it?

 

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According to the LaserSoft website, Silverfast 8.8 is only compatible with Photoshop Elements versions 8 to 14.

https://www.silverfast.com/show/sysreq/en.html

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Many thanks John for your advice.  I guess that I've wasted my money on PE 2020 and maybe I should instal my old PS 7.0.

 

However since 2006, I can't remember why I chose to use the two programs together.  There must have been an advantage then.

 

 

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