- Win: Hard Drive\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Plug-Ins\CC
- macOS: Hard Drive/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Plug-Ins/[Photoshop version number]/File Formats.
Just reporting a bug. Old and amazing Nik Collection is not been recognized by new PS 2020. It ́s not listed in the FILTER menu. Reinstalled and nothing. Please fix this! Otherwise will be impossible to use this version. Nik Collection plugin inside PS is extremely important for a photographer! Using W10 64.
Just tried Jeffrey Tranberry's solution. The good news - it worked. The not so good news (but not too bad) is that when you clicked to apply the filter, it did not work. However, if you then clicked the top top item on the filter menu (the last filter used) it works. Weird but usable.
PS CC 2020 did not find my Bokeh 2.0 Plug-in.
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 fileC/ProgramFiles/Google/Analog Efex, Color Efex etc etc . So i'm no programmer, but i surmise 2020 is looking for this Google folder under programs before it can launch the NIK collection since the filter files are all under Plugins/GOOGLE/etc etc Would love feedback on this thanks