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psp 7 equiv. to Adobe photoshop 6.0

psp 7 equiv. to Adobe photoshop 6.0

psp 7 equiv. to Adobe photoshop 6.0

(OP)
I was wondering if anyone knows if there is an equiv. to photoshop's render clouds function? I know there is a 'tube for a cloud, but that doesn't provide the correct effect.

thanks

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RE: psp 7 equiv. to Adobe photoshop 6.0

(OP)
wait, I think I figured it out. I just copied the filter from the adobe filters folder to the jasc filters folder. but I get an error that says its not installed correctly

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RE: psp 7 equiv. to Adobe photoshop 6.0

When I try to reinstall Paint Shop Pro 7.0, I get the following error "configuration data for this product is corrupt." Has any one else had the same problem and been able to resolve it?

RE: psp 7 equiv. to Adobe photoshop 6.0

Hi theEclipse,

It's my understanding that most of the PhotoShop filters will work in Paint shop Pro, however there are some that don't. Perhaps there are some associated files that were not in the filters folder, so when you copied the filter not all the associated files may have been copied.


Can you find a download for the filter in question? If so then you might consider downloading it to the PSP filter folder, and see if the filter works properly.

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RE: psp 7 equiv. to Adobe photoshop 6.0

(OP)
Mike-

thanks, but I just created the cloud effect in photoshop and then saved the image. then I opened up the image in psp and finished it up.


thanks anyways tho

theeclipse

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