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mike gooch

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  1. Oops,perhaps I should have seen the "reply" button! I did get the NIK plugins to open per your advice to choose a pixel layer. However, the image I am working on in AP does not import into any of the NIK programs (I tried several to insure it was not an issue with one plugin). Why will the image not import from AP to Nik? Thanks for your help!
  2. Thank you! Now I can get the plugins to open, but the image I am editing in AP does not import into any of the Nik programs. Any ideas of what could be wrong? Thank you again!
  3. I have just purchased my first computer running Windows 10. After much frustration (I don't like Windows 10 much) I have finally managed to get Google Nik Collection (partly) installed. Affinity recognizes the collection, but all the programs (Viveza, Silver FX, etc.) are greyed out. What have I done wrong? I renamed the program C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CC 2015.5\Plugins and under Preferences I see the plugins listed. Analog Efex and Color Efex are listed as "working," while the rest are "unknown". I have the "unknown plugins" box checked. I admit I don't know too much about computers,so it needs to be kept simple,please!
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