Photoshop CC2018 and legacy Topaz Plug-ins

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Photoshop CC2018 and legacy Topaz Plug-ins

I went through a week of threads here (3 pages) but didn't see this mentioned. After upgrading to CC2018, I noticed that not all my Topaz plug-ins appeared in the PS menu. Checking the CC2018 plug-ins folder in the Windows Program files, I noticed it was empty. Going to the CC2017 Windows Program files, I noticed that everything was deleted except for the single plug-ins folder, which contained ALL my plug-ins. So the CC2018 Menu was reading from the 2017 plug-ins folder, but not completely.

So if you are missing plug-ins in CC2018, just move them from the CC2017 Windows Program files into the CC2018 Windows Programs plug-ins folder. That restored ALL my plug-ins in the new version.

Note, I don't know if this is happening on Macs, but if so, maybe someone can post how it could be fixed (I don't know).

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