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Photoshop CS4 upgrade question

 
TheToad
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Jan 24, 2009 20:03 |  #1

Hello,

I was thinking of upgrading from CS3 to CS4 and was wondering if the plugins that I have purchased and use quite frequently with CS3 would have to be re-installed or do they come over automatically when you install the new software. Thanks.


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Jan 24, 2009 20:08 |  #2

They need to be reinstalled.


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Jan 24, 2009 21:46 |  #3

See Adobe KB404439, last paragraph quoted below:

Allocating memory with 64-bit processors
Photoshop CS4 installs both a 32-bit and a 64-bit version when you install on a 64-bit version of Windows Vista and Windows XP. If you use the 32-bit version of Windows, Photoshop only installs the 32-bit version.

If you run Windows Vista, upgrade to Service Pack 1 for better performance.

Note: Although 64-bit Photoshop CS4 was not thoroughly tested under Windows XP64, and therefore is not supported, it should run.

Photoshop installs a 32-bit and a 64-bit shortcut into the Start Menu. If you need to manually run the application, the 32-bit version is the photoshop.exe file, in the Program Files (x86)/Adobe/Adobe Photoshop CS4 folder, and the 64-bit version is the photoshop.exe file in the Program Files/Adobe/Adobe Photoshop CS4 folder.

Third party plug-ins written for 32-bit versions of Windows will not work when you run the 64-bit version of Photoshop. If you need to use plug-ins that haven't been updated, run the 32-bit version of Photoshop. When you are done using the plug-ins, close the 32-bit version, and run the 64-bit version. Contact the plug-in manufacturer for information about any updates.

Plug-in vendors will have to write 64bit versions of their wares to work with 64bit PS.


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Jan 25, 2009 11:08 |  #4

Thanks for the replies. As I suspected.


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