11-29-2018 06:47 AM
I have alway use the "Print Studio Pro" Plugin in Photoshop in the File>Automate Drop Down. But since update in Photoshop it has disappeared and I can't get it back. I phoned Canon who were useless as they sent me a "Fix" which had nothing to do with this Problem. (The FIX they sent me was for "Fine Art Profiles" - Can you beleive it) Is it a Photoshop or Canon Problem? Can any one help. I use a MacBook Pro 10.13.6 High Siera. (I haven't upgraded to the new Mojve yet).
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11-29-2018 07:14 AM
You need to install it manually. process for LR and PS is the same.
11-29-2018 07:57 AM
I tried that and although it says it's install it does not appear in the Automate drop down menu. Is it somewhere else?
11-29-2018 08:07 AM
Hi Maggie. Welcome to the forum.
Just to confirm, you followed these steps:
To install PSP, go into Applications->Canon Utilities->Print Studio pro and run the Plug-in Installer. It will ask about LR (unless you don't have LR). Select "Next" Select Photoshop and click "Browse" Browse to App, find Adobe Photoshop, select the Plug-ins folder and select Open Select "Next" It should install.
If if you go to the Photoshop Plug-in folder do you see a folder called PSP?
11-29-2018 09:15 AM - edited 11-29-2018 09:17 AM
Go to Finder->Applications
Since you had a previous Photoshop (2018CC?) open that dropdown. You should see afoler "Plug-ins"
Open that dropdown
Copy "Print Stdio Pro" folder.
Do the same for Photoshop 2019CC and paste the folder into the "Plug-ins" folder.
I don't have earlier PS installed, but I will post a screenshot of my 2019 folder.
11-29-2018 11:47 AM