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The Plugin Browser by The Dwarf Horde This is an official continuation of the excellent Plugin Browser originally put together by @TechnoRobbo, @Red ochre, @BoltBait, and @Ego Eram Reputo. ~~~~~ The Plugin Browser was designed to make installed plugins easier to locate and identify, especially when a large collection of plugins is installed. The Plugin Browser does this by allowing the User to search alphabetically by plugin name, keyword(s), author or menu location. Included in these searches are the Plugin Title and Description. Once you find a plugin, you can run it right from inside of the Plugin Browser. The Plugin Browser gives the User the ability to Bookmark their favorite plugins and add their comments to bookmarked plugins so they can identify it and make notes about its use. As well as being a search tool, the Plugin Browser is capable of displaying an embedded image which we call the Sample Image. The idea of the Preview Image is to give the User a visual clue to the plugin’s function. In most cases the Sample Image will be an example of the effect or adjustment. The Plugin Browser can also suggest plugins that you don't have but may want to download. Once a month the Plugin Browser downloads a copy of the Plugin Index. This file is used to match keyword searches against plugins by parsing the plugin descriptions from the Index. The Plugin Browser Plugin PluginBrowser-Installer.zip or PluginBrowser.zip Plugin Browser User Guide User Guide Plugin Browser Tutorial for Plugin Authors Visual Studio & CodeLab