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Proxy configuration for Craft Photoshop plugins

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If your computer is using a proxy, you'll need to modify some settings for Craft to work with Photoshop on either MacOS or Windows. Adding these settings is required so that Craft can publish files from Photoshop to InVision without causing an error.

If you do not have admin permissions to update the directories and files outlined below, please contact your IT admin for assistance.

Configure a proxy on macOS

To add proxy settings to the configuration file for Photoshop on macOS:

  1. Open your Adobe extensions folder: /Users/{USER}/Library/Application Support/Adobe/CEP/extensions/
  2. Create a subdirectory named com.invisionlabs.
  3. Open a text editor and type the following, excluding the bullet points:
    • HTTP_PROXY=http://your_proxy_address
    • PROXY_USER=your_username
    • PROXY_PASS=your_password
      If your proxy doesn't require you to sign in, don't include the username and password.
  4. Save the file as plugin.env in the new com.invisionlabs subdirectory: /Users/{USER}/Library/Application Support/Adobe/CEP/extensions/com.invisionlabs/plugin.env

Configure a proxy on Windows

To add proxy settings to the configuration file for Photoshop on Windows:

  1. Open your Adobe extensions folder: C:\Users\{USER}\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\CEP\extensions\
  2. Create a subdirectory named com.invisionlabs.
  3. Open  a text editor and type the following, excluding the bullet points:
    • HTTP_PROXY=http://your_proxy_address
    • PROXY_USER=your_username
    • PROXY_PASS=your_password
      If your proxy doesn't require you to sign in, don't include the username and password.
  4. Save the file as plugin.env in the new com.invisionlabs subdirectory: C:\Users\{USER}\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\CEP\extensions\com.invisionlabs\plugin.env

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