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Where to find background images

Posted: Fri, 23rd Oct 2009, 3:48pm

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BobLasky

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I upgraded to the pro version. I cannot find the 100 free backgrounds that came with the light version. Where would they be on a Mac. I am running Snow Leopard.
Posted: Fri, 23rd Oct 2009, 3:59pm

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Axeman

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PhotoKey Lite includes a selection of backdrops provided by Westcott. These are installed to the same folder as your software.

If you still have PhotoKey Lite installed you can find the images in the PhotoKey 2 Lite installation folder. If not, you can simply reinstall from your CD to access them again.

You might want to copy the images to somewhere more convenient, such as your pictures folder.
Posted: Mon, 16th Nov 2009, 10:10pm

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FXhomer84575

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PhotoKey 4 Pro User

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I downloaded FXhome PhotoKey 2 Pro Demo and I can not find the backgrounds, only four masks. Can you tell me where to find them? I am running Visa.

Thanks
Posted: Thu, 19th Nov 2009, 9:13pm

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MarkD

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PhotoKey 4 Pro User

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I also upgraded online to Pro3 and cannot access the backgrounds that came with version 2. The application CD launches the installation program and there is no separate folder of images. Could you elaborate on the process to move the backgrounds from version 2 to the new version 3? Thanks.
Posted: Thu, 19th Nov 2009, 9:32pm

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MarkD

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PhotoKey 4 Pro User

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I managed to access the version 2 backgrounds in version pro 3:
Open pro 3 and click ADD background button. From the second drop down / scroll menu ( mac) select APPLICATION SUPPORT- then FX HOME- FX VERSION 2- BACKGROUNDS.
Too many clicks to get there but at least it works.
Posted: Fri, 20th Nov 2009, 1:19am

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Axeman

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If you want less clicks to access the backgrounds, you can move them to a different folder, higher up in the hierarchy of your computer. Then you won't have to click through so many folders to get to them. You can really store your backgrounds anywhere you like on your computer.