CS Optional Extensions

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Jun 30, 2004
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Ho
Jun 30, 2004
Tried to do a search on this and got: Function not found, so…

Has anyone experimented with any of the Reg Keys in the Goodies\Optional Plug-Ins\Photoshop Only\Optional Extensions folder on the CS CD? Specifically, in my continuing quest to make CS user friendly, I tried the Disable Scratch Compression Registry Key and the Use Async Scratch Registry Key. Both of these should improve scratch performance according to the Registry Keys Readme file. The jury is still out. After a few moments of use, I got an Unable to write to scratch disk error (or words to that effect). That error, by the way, is unrecoverable. Good thing I was just hacking around and not doing any real work. I closed Photoshop and reopened it and worked for awhile without incident, but I’m kind of spooked by my first brush with Spectre of Instant Death.

Anyone have any experience with these extensions?

Thanks.

Adobe Photoshop Version: 8.0 (8.0×118)
Operating System: Windows 2000
Version: 5.0 Service Pack 4
System architecture: Intel CPU Family:6, Model:11, Stepping:1 with MMX, SSE Integer, SSE FP Processor speed: 1202 MHz
Built-in memory: 768 MB
Free memory: 174 MB
Memory available to Photoshop: 698 MB
Memory used by Photoshop: 70 %
Image cache levels: 4
Use image cache for histograms: No
Serial number:
Application folder: H:\Image Editors\Photoshop CS\
Temporary file path: H:\DOCUME~1\hp\LOCALS~1\Temp\
Photoshop scratch has async I/O enabled
Scratch volume(s):
K:\, 24.5G, 14.9G free
J:\, 9.77G, 9.55G free
Primary Plug-ins folder: H:\Image Editors\Photoshop CS\Plug-Ins\ Additional Plug-ins folder: not set
Installed TWAIN devices:
Nikon Scan 3.1
HP ScanJet Source
DeskScan II 2.9
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dave_milbut
Jun 30, 2004
see the lounge howard… not much info, but summat, anyway.

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