Photoshop CC: Missing CS6 Plugin import/export tab

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I think less than intelligent Adobe CC opened Pandora's Box causing more problems than anticipated --- more so for us "mortals" who are not programmer's programmers!
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I'm not sure what Plug-In Import/Export tab you're referring to. Is this something you had installed with 3rd party plug-ins? (Can you post a screen shot of what you're referring to?)
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The default/built-in plug-ins that ship with Photoshop are now in the "Required" folder on Windows and built into the App Package on Mac to segregate them from 3rd party plug-ins (to make debugging plug-ins issues easier).

The "Plug-ins" folder located within the "Adobe Photoshop " folder is now only used by 3rd party plug-ins. Photoshop will load any 3rd party plug-in from the "Plug-ins" and plug-it-in where it needs to go in Photoshop UI/menu system irrespective of what folder they reside in. Folders inside the "Plug-ins" folder are simply for on disk organization, and any 3rd party plug-in can create their own directories/folders they way to help organize their plug-ins on disk.

http://blogs.adobe.com/crawlspace/201...

http://blogs.adobe.com/crawlspace/201...

Does that help?
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I originally meant to imply Adobe's Web Site Landing Page is frequently stressful, frustrating, wasted energy and time ...

Reading English is one thing and from a mortal's view-point, the manner in which a communication is written can remain daunting ...

Your response, Mr. Tranberry, is appreciated and although you took time and meant well, as clear as possible, it doesn't help or tell me "how" to do what I need ...

If you came to me, asking me how to Beat the Odds, as I am a retired casino dice dealer with 23 years experience playing craps professionally, I can tell you how to play, but it doesn't answer your question: "How to Beat the Odds?" Something I have been doing for 23 years ...

Thank you ---
Marvin Goldstein
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What exactly are you trying to accomplish?
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I am trying to establish a Lumenzia folder inside Plug-In drop down dialogue box ...
Lumenzia is a software app, designed by Blake Rudis, for Photoshop CS6 Photoshop ...

It is a requirement in order to access Vibrance and Saturation options ...

This option must be accepted into the folder; you cannot simply copy and paste into this relegated folder ...

If you don't comprehend, study Blake Rudis "Luminosity" ---
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I don't see any plugins associated with him, just actions and some tutorials.

And plugins don't care where they are in the plugins folder, just that they are inside the plugins folder. (any folder names inside plugins are just for convenience)

Also, what "plug-in drop down box" are you referring to?

And what do you mean by "requirement in order to access Vibrance and Saturation options"?
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Mr. Rudis is another of my favorites but it is my error without getting into a long story.

Greg Benz is the gentleman from whom I study and purchase luminosity apps.

Your kindness and response is welcomed and appreciated !!!!

Respectfully,
Marvin
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I know Greg. I'll see what's needed here.
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Tomorrow (03/02/15) I will take my desktop to a repair shop. The lead technician, advanced programmer and PS user, will understand and finish what I cannot do ...

Thank you for communicating. I truly appreciate your time ... Today is time for other priorities ...

I wish you and your good health and continued success ...

Kindest Regards,
Marvin
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OK. I talked with Greg - sounded like you two had talked via email - and he and/or I are willing to help if you tech guy needs help. Just let Greg know. He and I work together quite a bit.
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Thank you !
Best Wishes Always,
Marvin