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 Download the latest ZIP from the link mailed to you and extract it. Download the latest ZIP from the link mailed to you and extract it.
  
-<WRAP center round important 60%> The paths to install the plugins to depends on the version of LightWave 3D. These instructions assume that LightWave 2018.0.5 is installed.+<WRAP center round important 80%> The paths to install the plugins to depends on the version of LightWave 3D. These instructions assume that LightWave 2018.0.5 is installed.
  
 Make sure to install the version of the plugin file that matches your LightWave 3D installation. dbwTools2018 is designed to be used in LightWave 3D 2018 and 2019, dbwTools2020 is designed for LightWave 3D 2020. Make sure to install the version of the plugin file that matches your LightWave 3D installation. dbwTools2018 is designed to be used in LightWave 3D 2018 and 2019, dbwTools2020 is designed for LightWave 3D 2020.
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-==== Windows  ====+===== Windows  =====
  
 The **dbwTools#####.p** file can be copied to any directory where you keep your plugins. We recommend using a manually created plugin directory to separate third party plugins from plugins shipped with LightWave 3D. This will simplify upgrades of LightWave 3D. The **dbwTools#####.p** file can be copied to any directory where you keep your plugins. We recommend using a manually created plugin directory to separate third party plugins from plugins shipped with LightWave 3D. This will simplify upgrades of LightWave 3D.
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 You can also copy it to You can also copy it to
  
-  %userprofile%.NewTek\LightWave\####\plugins+  %userprofile%\.NewTek\LightWave\####\plugins
  
 (#### is the version number of your LightWave 3D installation) to allow LightWave to detect the plugin automatically. (#### is the version number of your LightWave 3D installation) to allow LightWave to detect the plugin automatically.
  
-==== MacOS ====+===== MacOS =====
  
 You can copy the **dbwTools####.plugin** file into one of two locations for LightWave to use it automatically. You can copy the **dbwTools####.plugin** file into one of two locations for LightWave to use it automatically.
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 You are of course free to copy the plugin file to another location and use the **Edit Plug-ins** panel (alt-F11) of the **Add Plugins** menu item to add the plugin file **<plugin>.plugin** to LightWave 3D. You are of course free to copy the plugin file to another location and use the **Edit Plug-ins** panel (alt-F11) of the **Add Plugins** menu item to add the plugin file **<plugin>.plugin** to LightWave 3D.
-=== macOS Catalina and higher ===+==== macOS Catalina and higher ====
  
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 Since macOS Catalina, plugins need to be signed by the developer. This affects all existing plugins. We will try to make it possible to sign plugins in the future though. Since macOS Catalina, plugins need to be signed by the developer. This affects all existing plugins. We will try to make it possible to sign plugins in the future though.
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