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Publish Services Jeffrey Friedl Plug In

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I have been using the Jeffrey Friedl Plug-In to upload images to Flickr for years, but I have not been able to upgrade the 'Plug-In' to the most recent version. It appears to have been 'obsoleted' by Adobe. Does anyone know if this is the case?
 
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How would Adobe 'obsolete' a third party plugin? Just download the latest version, and put it in the following folder:

Macintosh HD/Users/Username/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Lightroom/Modules.

Please note that your user/Library folder could be hidden. If it is, then open your Home folder and choose 'Show View Options'. At the bottom of the dialog there is a checkbox to unhide it.
 
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