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Dirty Pictures Mac Installation Trouble

If you’ve installed Dirty Pictures, restarted Photoshop, and still don’t see the plugin listed under the filter menu, then you’ll have to get your hands dirty a bit.  All that’s required is copying a file to the Photoshop Scripts directory, but the location of those two things  can vary based on your system configuration.

First, locate dirtypictures.jsx on your hard drive.  Typically, it’s located in /Library/Application Support/Totally Rad/Dirty Pictures/dirtypictures.jsx.

Next, copy dirtypictures.jsx over to the Photoshop scripts directory for any Photoshop installations you have.  Those are typically at /Applications/Adobe Photoshop <version>/Presets/Scripts.  Make sure to put it into the Presets/Scripts directory and not the Scripting directory.  There is a difference.

Restart Photoshop, and Dirty Pictures should now appear in your Filter menu.  If not, contact us and we’ll see what’s up!

This video walks you through the process for Max OS X
***NOTE – THE LOCATION OF THE FOLDERS HAS CHANGED SINCE THIS VIDEO (SLIGHTLY), BUT THE PROCESS IS GENERALLY THE SAME ***