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I followed the instructions for installation though there was no CEP folder (I'm on Mac) so I made the forlders and manually placed the export kit folder. However I find no way to use the extension in Photoshop and Adobe says I have to install via the Adobe Add-ons community. IdeaS?

Asked by TheAlkemyst
Added October 16, 2016 7:00 pm

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Hi @blauweyoghurt,

What version of Adobe are you using and is this for Mac or PC?

Answer by admin
Answered On February 12, 2017 10:06 pm #

I also have the same problem. I can’t find the export kit tool in photoshop.

Answer by blauweyoghurt
Answered On February 12, 2017 5:08 pm #
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Hi we can help,

This is a very common issue with CC2015, use our Quick Install Guide (recommended): //exportkit.com/learn/getting-started/installation.

Your Specific Issue

(1) Ensure you extract the correct folder path on Mac:

~/Library/Application Support/Adobe/CEP/extensions/LightningStorm_CC2015/

If you extract the files directly then you can simply enter the location above as the path to extract to. DO NOT drag-and-drop the folders, YOU MUST EXTRACT TO THE LOCATION.

If you create the path manually, then you must create both CEP and extensions folders, eg CEP/extensions.

(2) Once the file is in the correct folder path, it should look like this with the same timestamps similar to the image below

(3) Restart Photoshop and enable the plugin

Let us know if this helps.

Answer by admin
Answered On October 16, 2016 7:58 pm #
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