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HIPE Plug-in User Manual

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How to get plug-ins

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Anyone can be put a plug-in on-line anywhere, but we have created a Wiki page that is intended as a repository, or at least a starting point for finding the plugins. The Wiki is DpHipePlugins. It is not necessary to bookmark or remember the address of this page. If you select Plug-ins from the Tools menu in HIPE, the Plug-ins panel opens. This panel shows the currently installed plug-ins and has two links at the top: One for finding new plug-ins and one for installing new plug-ins. Clicking the "find new plug-ins" link opens a web-browser and navigates to the DpHipePlugins Wiki.
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Anyone can put a plug-in on-line anywhere, but we have created a Wiki page that is intended as a repository, or at least a starting point for finding the plugins. The Wiki is DpHipePlugins. It is not necessary to bookmark or remember the address of this page. If you select Plug-ins from the Tools menu in HIPE, the Plug-ins panel opens. This panel shows the currently installed plug-ins and has two links at the top: One for finding new plug-ins and one for installing new plug-ins. Clicking the "find new plug-ins" link opens a web-browser and navigates to the DpHipePlugins Wiki.
  Using the URL where a plug-in is offered (the plug-in download URL, so to speak), you can install the plug-in. In the Plug-ins panel click the link to Install a new plug-in. Enter the URL in the URL field and click Install. That's all!
 
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