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Is there still a Facebook plugin

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I have searched this forum for an answer to this question but cannot find anything. When I go to the export dialogue window and select Plugin Manager I see an old Facebook plugin I use to use. In the Plugin Manager it says it's enabled. When I click on Show in Explorer I see a facebook.lrplugin file but when I click on ADD there is no facebook.lrplugin folder. Can someone please explain this to me? I am including screen shots.
 

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I have always struggled with FB, mostly due to being old school and not enjoying spending hours reading nonsense. I do recognize the need to use it if one wants to be active with folks who live in it though. What I've found recently is I can drag from Windows Explorer and they seem to show up fine. I read all kinds of guidelines about sizes etc., but for example, I just posted a 3123 x 2400 Pixel image at 300dpi by dragging it from my hard drive into into the landing pad on FB, and it looks fine. I downloaded it from there and the size is 1952 x 1500 Pixels, so they resized it to 62% of the original.
Have they just made things that simple now, that one can do it that way and let their behind the scenes machinations handle the sizing without needing to sweat it any more?
 
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