Free Download NIM Photoshop Connector Zxp 4.0.3 for Photoshop CC
Updated: July 18, 2019
You are about to download the NIM Photoshop Connector 4.0.3 zxp extension file for Photoshop CC: This extension connects with your NIM server to track your Photoshop files. ...
Please be aware that ZxpStore.com only share the original zxp file for NIM Photoshop Connector v4.0.3 which was downloaded from the official Adobe Exchange Marketplace without any modifications. Before you download the zxp plug-in file, you could read more about it.
NIM Photoshop Connector version 4.0.3 Release Notes >
This update fixes and issue related to Windows 10 and changing the NIM users, where the VM will return that the user is not found.
System Requirements >
NIM Photoshop Connector plug-in is only compatible with the following Adobe CC products on Windows or Mac devices:
Zxp File Size & Checksum >
• Zxp File: nim-photoshop-connector-4.0.3-zxpstore.com.zxp
• File Size: 63936 bytes (62.44 KB)
• MD5: 7aff6eac07e53be68b14c442ae74a230
• SHA1: 6c4e16144691ee01e9c368ac372ef12db869842d
• SHA256: 880a7356ff00974f42b8c438892a1104b33d0053e467dee085cf20ad76f80941
How to Find and Use NIM Photoshop Connector >
After installing this extension, within Photoshop, navigate to Windows -> Extensions -> NIM to open the connector. If this is the first time you are using a NIM connector, you will be asked to enter your NIM scripts path, the NIM API URL, and your NIM username.
More About NIM Photoshop Connector 4.0.3 >
NIM Photoshop Connector is a free Adobe CC plug-in published by NIM Labs: An active NIM subscription is required to use this extension.NIM is a complete studio management solution, incubated in production and ... Read more >
All the plug-ins and extensions here are for home or personal use only. If it infringes your copyright, please contact us for removal. NIM Photoshop Connector is the property and trademark of the developer NIM Labs, all rights reserved.
NIM Photoshop Connector Old Versions
- NIM Photoshop Connector 1.0.0 Zxp (Updated: December 6, 2017)