Re: PTRemap - where, when, how ?
- Jim, False alarm! I discovered that the CS4 shortcut pinned to the taskbar was for the 32bit version, rather than the 64bit version as I had thought. I now have the plugins working successfully on both versions.
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Jim Watters <jwatters@...> wrote:
> I don't know exactly what is causing that error. At one point I read in
> the help at Adobe that even their plugins will sometimes create a
> similar error.
> Restarting Photoshop usually resolves this.
> I get this error when working on larger images. I never got it on my old
> computer but my new one with more memory causes this error 1 in 5 times.
> This in one of the big reasons I am working on new versions of the
> plugins that will be self contained and not need to load the pano12.dll.
> ... In the mean time save current project. Restart Photoshop. And try
> Jim Watters
> On 2010/02/25 3:38 AM, panostar wrote:
> > --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Jim Watters<jwatters@> wrote:
> >> I have started a new version based on pano13 but it still needs work.
> >> If anyone is on Windows64 and using 64bit Photoshop and requires
> >> Panotools plugins.
> >> Unzip this file and copy the file to your 64bit plugin folder,
> > Jim, Thanks for that. When I attempted to load one of the plugins in CS4, I got an error panel saying "Unable to load the pano12.dll file". What version of this file needs to be used, and where should it be loaded?
> > John