This updated WebContactSheetII plug-in addresses a problem that has been identified in the original Adobe® Photoshop® Elements WebContactSheetII plug-in that can, in certain cases, lead to unintentional file deletion.
Our testing has confirmed that this bug does not exist in the English version of Photoshop Elements 2.0, any version of Adobe Photoshop Elements prior to version 2.0, or any version of Adobe Photoshop. Consequently, only users of localized language versions of Photoshop Elements 2.0 need to download this updated plug-in.
The WebContactSheetII plug-in contains the Web Photo Gallery, a tool within Photoshop Elements that allows the creation of a Web photo gallery automatically from a set of images in a folder. The HTML pages representing the Web photo gallery as well as the images that populate the gallery (resized copies of the original image files) are placed in a destination folder. If another Web photo gallery is created targeting the same destination folder, a bug in the original Web Photo Gallery plug-in will delete all files in that folder, including those unrelated to either the original or the new Web photo gallery.
Using this updated plug-in to replace the plug-in supplied by the program will prevent this error from occurring.
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Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0 for Mac OS
After downloading a ".hqx" file on a Macintosh, use StuffIt Deluxe or StuffIt Expander to access the file's contents. StuffIt Expander is available as a freeware product.
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1. Make sure Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0 is not running.
2. Download the archive file that contains the updated WebContactSheetII plug-in.
3. Use StuffIt Deluxe or StuffIt Expander to extract the contents of the archive file.
4. Locate the Adobe Photoshop Elements 2:Plug-Ins:Automate folder.
5. Drag the extracted WebContactSheetII plug-in into the Automate folder within the Plug-Ins folder. Allow it to copy over the original WebContactSheetII plug-in.
6. Launch Photoshop Elements 2.0.
You should install this plug-in if you're not already using the latest version available. To check what version you're using, follow these steps:
1. Locate the Adobe Photoshop Elements 2:Plug-Ins:Automate folder.
2. Find the file named "WebContactSheetII."
3. Control-click on the file. This will open a submenu.
4. Select Show Package Contents.
5. This will open a folder named WebContentSheetII.
6. Open the Contents subfolder, and then open either the MacOS or MacOSClassic folder.
7. Select the "WebContactSheetII" file inside, and press Command+I to open the file info dialog box.
8. If the version information in this dialog box is listed as 7.0, you need to install this plug-in. If the version information is listed as 2.0.1, you do not need to install this plug-in.
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