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Need help finding the Extract filter with CS2
Old 01-01-2008, 08:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Help I am working on my PS skills using the CS2 version on a Mac. I am reading one of Scott Kelby's books on removing Backgrounds. He says that the Extract filter can be found in the Filters menu (it's the first filter from the top). Well I have looked all over for it and it's not in my filter menu, could I have deleted it or hided it. I have had this program for a couple of years now and bought it new.
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On my copy of CS3 it is indeed the first filter under the filters tab. The keyboard short cut is:
ALT+CONTROL+X you may want to give that a try.
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Re: Need help finding the Extract filter with CS2
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Is it actually there, but greyed out? That happens on 16bit images for example. Another possibility is that the filter is missing from the hard drive. The name of the filter is something like "ExtractPlus.8BF" and it would be in the filters folder under the Plugins folder.
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