One other thing you might check is any dll that install with the filter. In
case with the toolbox.dll that comes with extensis filters. If this doesn't
work I would guess it will not work at all with PSP.
> Thanks for the suggestions, Joe, but unfortunately, they didn't work.
> I submitted the problem to JASC's email tech support. Their initial
> suggestions were the same as yours. I let them know this didn't work, and
> am waiting for their reply.
> I asked that they download it themselves, and give it a try - that would
> determine whether the problem is in something I'm doing wrong, or if the
> plugin just isn't compatible with PSP for whatever reason.
> >I suggest you copy both DLLs to the \Windows\System folder then reboot.
> >if it doesn't work it is probably because the filter isn't compatible
> >PSP. I'm not familiar with it myself so I really can't say.
> >Joe Cilinceon
> >> Hi Joe,
> >> I've got MSVCRT10.DLL where it's supposed to be.
> >> I found plugin.dll in the photodeluxe plugin folder. So I tried again
> >> installed the GF into that directory, and selected that folder in PSP's
> >> Plug-ins preference window.
> >> This activated the photo-deluxe plug-ins, but *not* the GF ones.
> >> So I'm still at ground zero. Still see no way to get this plug-in to
> >> with PSP.
> >> Have you tried installing this yourself, and got it working?
> >> Any other thoughts welcome.
> >> Don
> >> >Make sure you have the proper DLL in the \windows\system folder
> >> >(MSVCRT10.DLL) and possibly Adobe's Plugin.dll as well. Also double
> >> >your path under Preferences as well. 8BI filters should also show up
> >> >File > Export in most cases as well at least mine do.
> >> >--
> >> >Joe Cilinceon
> >> >http://newdawn.gzinc.com/
> >> >Much has been said of the value of using Genuine Fractals to enlarge
> >> >for printing with less than usual sacrifice of quality.
> >> >I downloaded and installed the demo version. Prior to that, I created
> >> >Plugin subdirectory in PaintShopPro (which apparently had not been
> >> >during the install process). When I installed GF, it placed two .8bi
> >> >in that folder. I then went to PSP's General
> >> >using the browse function, selected that directory, which contained
> >> >files, clicked OK. (Use of plugins *was* enabled).
> >> >But, nothing happened. No Plugins addition was made to the Image
> >> >I also happened to have a copy of Photo Deluxe 1.0, which my daughter
> >> >installed, and so using one of the other folders in that plugin
> >> >window, selected the plugins directory of that program. This time, a
> >> >Plugins option was added to the Image menu, and I was able to access
> >> >plugins. (Most of them didn't work, giving an error message of some
> >> >which I thought probably meant that they weren't fully compatible, but
> >> >don't know).
> >> >The Genuine Fractals program is designed purely as a PhotoShop
> >> >I'm perplexed about why PSP isn't able to recognize it. The .8bi
> >> were
> >> >both large (around 1.2 mb) while the host of PhotoDeluxe files were
> >> >than 200k at most, so I don't know if that is related.
> >> >Anybody able to get Genuine Fractals working in PSP? And if so, how?
> >> >Thanks.
> >> >Don
> >> >(The URL to download the demo of GF is: http://www.altamiragroup.com/