Install the Photoshop« Plug-in

Using the Photoshop to IconWorkshop™ plug-in, you'll be able to transfer an image or a drawing directly from Photoshop« (or any plug-in compatible application) to IconWorkshopń through the memory. Read this topic for more info about the plug-in...

If you've already installed the Photoshop® plug-in with a version of IconWorkshop prior to 6.10, you must install it again by following the procedure below. A new export plug-in will be installed in addition to the filter plug-in. The export plug-in will be used with Photoshop® Templates

Install the Photoshop® plug-in

1. Before installing the plug-in we recommend to close the Photoshop« application (if it is opened in background). Choose File/Install Photoshop« Plug-in...

2. The dialog box Install the Photoshop« to IconWorkshop™ Transfer Plug-in opens (see below). In the Location edit zone (), specify the Photoshop plug-in folder. If you don't know the exact folder path, click the browse button () to choose the folder in a list.

3. If you want to create a subfolder "Axialis" to install the plug-in module (recommanded to organize your folder properly), activate the option "Install in a subfolder Axialis" (). Note that creating a subfolder may fail with some compatible applications.

4. Click OK. When done, a message informs you that the plug-in has been installed.

5. Now you can start your Photoshop« application. The plug-in is visible in File/Export/Export to Axialis IconWorkshop™ menu. Read this for more info on how to use the plug-in filter.

You can install the Plug-in in various other compatible applications. See your application help file for more info on how to proceed. If Photoshop« is installed on your computer, the plug-in folder will be automatically added to the edit zone. Also, you'll be prompted to install the plug-in the first time you'll launch IconWorkshop™.