Photoshop: How do I remove a 3rd party plugin from the Filter menu?

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Hello all,

I recently uninstalled the Portrait Professional plugin from my PC. Photoshop is still showing that the plugin is installed, but of course it doesn't work when I click on it. I can't find any reference to it in the plugins folder, so I don't have any idea how to remove it. Any advice?
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Photoshop will only show that the plugin is installed if the plugin really is installed somewhere in the Plug-Ins folder (the plugins installed are checked at launch time). Go to the Plug-Ins folder and see what remains of that plugin.
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Hello i uninstalled alien skin blow up from photoshop 2018 deleted all trace of it in the plugins folder but it is still showing in the filter menu
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Try this: reinstall the Exposure X3 Bundle or X4 Bundle, and then uninstall from the Applications/Alien Skin folder. Tht worked for me.
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I did all thet was said on Adobe site, and it is still there! The same PortraitPro... Terrible.
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What version of Portrait Pro? Did you check both the version specific folder and a the shared location?

If you're still having trouble, you can contact Portrait Pro directly for help: Portrait Pro