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Problem w/Mac Code Fragment Manager?

Posted on 1998-10-18
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I've been using Eye-Cany3.01 w/ Photoshop 5 for several months. Suddenly, whenever I try using an Eye Candy filter, I get an error:

Problem with the Macintosh Code Fragment Manager."

Disabled my extensions. Ran Nortons. Pulled all other plugins out. Dumped the Photoshop and Eye Candy Prefs.  Did a clean install.

STILL can't get it to work.  Anyone have any thoughts on what causes this?

TIA
Bob Langdon
bingdo19@earthlink.net
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by:DigiWiz
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What new software have you installed?  If it has been working for months without problems, and a clean install didn't resolve it, I bet you installed something else.
If you didn't install something then you upgraded an exsisting piece of software.
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by:Bob_Langdon
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As it turns out, the problem was caused by not having the eye candy "english" file in the same folder with "core." (after having moved some stuff around)
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Stratford earned 400 total points
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I had this problem once, the plug in was a demo and it expired.  Sorry if this is no help whatsoever.

Simon
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