Do one of the following:
• Use the plug-in installer, if provided.
• (Windows) Copy the module into the appropriate Plug-ins folder in the Photoshop program folder. Make sure that the files are uncompressed.
• (Mac OS) Drag a copy of the module to the appropriate Plug-ins folder in the Photoshop program folder. Make sure that the files are uncompressed.
Important: For Macintosh, the plug-ins that come with Photoshop 7.0 are compatible with both Mac OS 9.x and Mac OS X. However, any plug-in originally intended to work on Mac OS 9, such as plug-ins from previous versions of Photoshop and some third-party plug-ins, can only be used on Mac OS 9.x or in the Classic environment on Mac OS X. You can place such plug-ins in the Plug-ins folder for the Mac OS X version of Photoshop, but they will not appear unless you launch Photoshop in the Classic environment.
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