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Editing Information

The information about plug-ins is maintained by the respective authors. Authors can only maintain the information about their own plug-ins, moderators can change any aspect of any plug-in.

Adding new plug-ins or script-files.

Check out the "Create Content" menu and select either "Plugin" or "Script", depending on what you want to add. This will bring up a form for you to enter information. Make sure to submit the form!

Changing existing plug-ins or scripts.

Go the the My Content page, select the plug-in you want to change and click the "Edit"-Tab.


Logging In

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Tagging and Search

The main way of searching and browsing plug-ins is through their tags, so choosing tags is quite important! Please keep the following two points in mind:

  1. Choose well-known tags, because rarely used tags are listed last.
  2. Separate tags by a comma (",") . Blanks, as used on some other sites, are not enough because you can form multi-word tags.

The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) & "How To" Page

Click the FAQ's and How To link below.


"Every author can only maintain her or his plug-ins"

Is it ok to let others work on my plugins? Such as a worker or am I the only one allowed.

For sure you may allow others to work on your plugin

Changed the wording, I hope that'll make it less ambiguous.

The documentation "3.5 Palettes Dialog" is out of date. The document under 3.5.2. Using the Palettes dialog has several sections that do not exist in the stated location within the program.

For example the sections: "Palette to gradient" and "Palette to Repeating Gradient" discuss how to transfer the palette to a gradient so that it can be used. But this instruction does not match what is in the program. These menu items do not exist in this location within the program.

So, how do I enable palettes so that I can use them while editing photos?

Thank you.

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