Wed, Nov 6, 2019 6:59 PM
6 m ago
2 y ago
Sr. Product Manager, Adobe Digital Imaging
I copied into to the shared CC folder mentioned above and it worked. Nik, Pixel Genius, Topaz labs and Neat image. Windows 10. They all work as before. Bravo!
7 m ago
P.S. NIK is the old version and Topaz is a mix of old and new. They all work by coping them to the CC folder mentioned above. They do not work when copied to the default plugins folder.
@JeffreyTranberry how adobe is trying to fix this!! every time after update in mac appear problems like this and plugins dissapear or not work
There are two issues at play on this thread.
1) If you're on macOS Catalina, plug-ins need to be signed or quarantined.
2) Plug-ins need to be located in the Shared Creative Cloud plug-in location for multiple version of Photoshop to see and load the plug-ins.
Old plug-ins were installed at a Photoshop version specific location. Most vendors have updated their installer in to install them at the Shared Creative Cloud plug-in location.
Mary, I just read this in another discussion. Can you check this to see if it helps you?https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/ps-2020-doesn-t-see-nik-collection-on-filter-menu?topic-reply-list[settings][filter_by]=all&topic-reply-list[settings][reply_id]=20332222#reply_20332222
from: Patrick Philippot
1 y ago
Please bear with me on this, but I may have found another piece of the NIK not working in CC2020 puzzle. I upgraded to 2020 recently on my windows desktop, on which i have migrated NIK to successive Photoshop iterations since 2012. 2020 successfully found NIk and it works fine on the dsktop. However, on a new laptop, with no history of NIK or Photoshop upgrades, 2020 couldnt' find NIK, not even if I pasted the Google/NIK files to the 2020 Plugins file folder. I found my old original NIK exe file and installed it on my new laptop, and NIK works fine. Here is what the NIK software installed which didn't exist before i tried transfering the exe file
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