Photoshop: Problem with RadLab plugin

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Had CS2 and now have CS5 and have had RadLab plug in running on both without a problem but now it won't open and freezes photoshop when I try to open it. I can still use actions in photoshop but not radlab which I love using. I have tried reinstalling both CS5 and RadLab to see if it solved the problem but still ot good. An suggestions?
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Trisha Woodford

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Chris Cox

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Contact the maker of your RadLab plugin and see if they have updates to fix the bugs in the plugin.
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Trisha Woodford

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Thanks for the reply, I have contacted them and they suggested redownloading and reinstalling the latest version which I have and still no joy. Also have redownloaded and reinstalled CS5. Can't figure it out, it was working fine up until a few days ago and I know thousands of other people use Radlab without a problem.
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Urouge Raza

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Did u find a fix? Any other alternative for radlab
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Nikkhil Bareli

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Did you find a solution for this?
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Urouge Raza

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Did u find a solution
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Lexie Yates Bush

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same problem as of today. any resolution yet?
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Tony Cabrera

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Anyone find a fix? I'm having this same exact issue and have also reinstalled both radlab and PS.
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> Anyone find a fix? I'm having this same exact issue and have also reinstalled both radlab and PS.>
It would help if you stated your OS and version of Photoshop. I had so much trouble with a trial version of Radlab a few years back that even though I liked it, I didn't buy it. But it could be that it's just not getting installed in the right place today, or it just could be it's not very compatible with PS. I believe, though, that Adobe gives them the SDK for developers and they have to make it work, not Adobe. However, with more information, someone might be able to figure out something that isn't set up right in your particular configuration for the plug-in.