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I cant see all the filters in the filter menu

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I have installed several filters off the web and now the filters menu is very long.  I would expect to be able to scroll down through them but instead the filters menu has cut out some of the standard photoshop filter options.  Is this the way it is supposed to work?  
I removed some of the filter from the plugins directory and I can see all the regular filters again.  
I am using PS4 for Windows95.
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Photoshop has a limitation on the number of filters in a menu (I think it's 24) beyond that and it pushes them into a sub menu titled 'Other filters...'  Have a look in there and see if they've gone in there.

There are some third party products out there for managing your plug ins.

Cheers - MorFF
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Thanks for the answer.  You are mostly right.  It sticks the filters in the OTHERS until it reaches 24.   I had way too many to show all the filters from PS.  I did get a utility called plugin manager and am going through the filters and reorganizing them.  Thanks.  
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