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How can I have the Heidelberg CMM show up in Photoshop CS?

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In OS 9 the Heidelberg CMM is located in the Extensions folder and shows up in Photoshop 7 under the "Conversion Options: Engine" in Color Settings.  I've now upgraded to OS X (v 10.3).  I've tried moving the CMM to the ColorSync folder under CMMs, but it doesn't seem to show up - anywhere.  Not in Photoshop, not as a selection in ColorSync.  Is there another place it needs to go?
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It should go in <home>/Library/Colorsync ...You may have it in system/library/colorsync or just /library colorsync.
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