Lightroom: How do I install the Photoshop.com Plugin for Lightroom?

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I downloaded the lightroom to photoshop.com plugin. I do not see the .lrplugin file in the download. Where can I find the LRPLUGIN for Lightroom.
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Dan,

Try this:

Rename the folder you have called "PhotoshopDotCom" to "PhotoshopDotCom.lrplugin" - that will change the icon of the folder to a plug-in icon. Then follow the rest of the directions in the tutorial video on this page:

http://www.photoshop.com/products/pho...

The other option is to turn off "Open 'safe' files after download" in Safari, download the file again, and manually double-click the zip file to expand it:



We're working on repackaging the zip to avoid this issue. I will post once we have.
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Cool. Thank you. Works great now.
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I have tried several times to download the PhotoshopDot.com plug-in. I get a folder in my Mac Downloads folder, but no plug-in. I don't get a zip file; just a folder with gobble-d-goop. I do have an account and have been signed in.

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
PhotoshopDot.Com plug-in download problem.
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Jeffrey's solution did not work for my Mac. I renamed the folder in my Download folder on my Mac. No plug-in icon showed up.
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I updated the official answer with another solution, but I also sent you the plug-in via email.
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The emailed solution worked like a charm. Many thanks
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Official Response
We repackaged the PhotoshopDotCom.lrplugin file and posted it this evening. Users shouldn't hit the problem of it extracting as a folder called "PhotoshopDotCom" without the plug-in file called "PhotoshopDotCom.lrplugin" inside.

Here's what you should end up with:



Then follow the rest of the directions in the tutorial video on this page:

http://www.photoshop.com/products/pho...

Let us know if you have any other problems.
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