Uploadng the latest version of the theme stranded because the directory already existed. Just upload the latest version of the theme and the plugin will move the existing theme and install the new one. This plugin works so damn perfectly that you would barely notice it is there.No more annoying “destination already exists” prompts. Well, it did take me a while to find out how to use it. Another indication is that in Start menu folder I found pdf document that does not actually exist and have different Shortcut and target directory. I assume that installation procedure does not handle propery (a) In Design non-default installation and (b) change of Mag installation directory. During Mag v3.2 installation there was a warning on Preinstall checklist that CS5.5. I did not try to reinstall In Design on C: drive - although I believe it could help to resolve issue.: Plug-ins are only available for 64-bit applications; if you are running 32-bit versions of Adobe applications you will not have access to auto-activation plug-ins or Font Panels.
Thnx rgds William Hi William, Yes, as you say it seems as though the installation path is causing problems for the installer.Would be nice to have an screen or message just to indicate that the update is done by this way.Another thing that would be awesome is translation.Easy Theme and Plugin Upgrades fixes this limitation in Word Press by automatically upgrading the theme or plugin if it already exists.While upgrading, a backup copy of the old theme or plugin is first created.