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Missing export and render options

Missing export and render options

Missing export and render options

I have a query about missing export and and render-to-disk file format options in E3D 2. This is in an installation made in Mac OS 7.5.5 and then upgraded to 8.6. Apparently the missing options can be the result of misplaced file export xtras when an old system folder is deleted, which appears to be the problem here.

So the question is: where in 8.6 should the xtras be so that the app can recognise them; in a folder named Xtras or Macromedia Xtras, in a folder named Macromedia inside the System Folder; or should there be something in Application Support?

Or is it something else that's amiss?

RE: Missing export and render options

In System Folder:
Macromedia Folder, containing

(1) Help Folder, with
Macromedia help Player 4.0

(2) Xtras Folder, with
BMP Import Export
GIF Import Export
JPEG ditto
LRG ditto
MIX Services
Photoshop 3.0 Import
PNG Import Export
Targa ditto
TIFF ditto

and also in System Folder, in Extensions:
Macromedia Runtime Lib
and Shockwave Folder.

Nothing in Application Support.

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