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How/where to install Custom Info Panels on Photoshop 2020 Mac

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Oct 08, 2020

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Need to install a Custom Info Panel that we use on our new Macbook Pro laptops running Photoshop 2020.

In the past we were able to install the panel by using the following proceedure: 

Apple OS: Copy Custom Panel folder to: Library/Application Support/Adobe/XMP/Metadata Extensions/"Custom Info Panel folder"

If the path doesn't exist, create it.  For example, in our case there was no 'XMP' folder, and thus no 'Metadata Extensions' folder.  We created these and put the Custom Info Panel folder in place.  

When completed you should have a path that includes a Custom Info Panel folder, such as: Library/Application Support/Adobe/XMP/Metadata Extensions/"Custom Info Panel folder"

 

I have tried this method with Photoshop 2020 running on Mac OS Catalina with no sucess, the Custom Info Panel folder does not show up as a choice within the get info box.

 

Anyone have a clue to how this is now accomplished? Is there a new location for the files or has the process changed completly in Photoshop 2020. Also need to be able to install to use in Bridge if anyone has a proceedure for that. 

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How/where to install Custom Info Panels on Photoshop 2020 Mac

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Need to install a Custom Info Panel that we use on our new Macbook Pro laptops running Photoshop 2020.

In the past we were able to install the panel by using the following proceedure: 

Apple OS: Copy Custom Panel folder to: Library/Application Support/Adobe/XMP/Metadata Extensions/"Custom Info Panel folder"

If the path doesn't exist, create it.  For example, in our case there was no 'XMP' folder, and thus no 'Metadata Extensions' folder.  We created these and put the Custom Info Panel folder in place.  

When completed you should have a path that includes a Custom Info Panel folder, such as: Library/Application Support/Adobe/XMP/Metadata Extensions/"Custom Info Panel folder"

 

I have tried this method with Photoshop 2020 running on Mac OS Catalina with no sucess, the Custom Info Panel folder does not show up as a choice within the get info box.

 

Anyone have a clue to how this is now accomplished? Is there a new location for the files or has the process changed completly in Photoshop 2020. Also need to be able to install to use in Bridge if anyone has a proceedure for that. 

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