otteypm wrote:The plugins I have installed had the correct folder with the zip file, meaning I only had to select the AlamDV plugin folder and everything unzipped to the right place.
Maybe check your Zip program under a PATH heading or something, I haven't d'loaded any for a while though so I might be talking pants.
Hi "otty"....It would be a time saver if it worked that way (as in first para.) .......sadly it does'nt.
Imagine if u have just downloaded and purchased ALAMDV2 and you
want to stock up on your free f/x plugins (about 400 at this time) and
many people would try to do the lot so they can "play around" and test
them, it can be a tedious excercise.
I know we are only allowed to download one at a time so as not to
choke up the sysytem but to do each procedure individually for each effect i.e...1....Locate f/x list
3....locate and make a note of category/sub category....XXX
5....unzip file to noted category folder...XXX
and so on can take forever.I like to download all that is needed to my
hardrive then unzip to their specific folders.
Point 3 gives me the pip....if the file had a prefix code u could send it on
its merry way without searching the list for its home.
I accept that u can select the category section of the f/x list and work
through them that way knowing that what is downloaded from there
is unzipped to the corresponding folder but I do believe that if the
little buggers had some kind of prefix it would be a lot easier/quicker or
is it just me brassed off cos I made a balls up.