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Old 01-27-2006, 06:18 PM
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Photoshop Install CS - CS2

I'm running CS on a PC now and every thing works just right! Monitor calibration is spot on and I print what I see!

I'm reluctant to screw up a good thing!

I have CS2 ready to load and wonder if there is an easy way to mass-transfer my settings, actions, etc. over to CS2 or is it a 1 for 1 drag & drop?


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Old 01-27-2006, 10:59 PM
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If you used Adobe Gamma to calibarate your monitor, then the monitor profile it created will still be in your system folder and will be loaded at startup. The rest of it it basically a 1 for 1 copy and paste of you Actions, Gradients, Plugins, Presets, etc. At least that is the safe way to do it. I would not recommend copying the prefs file from a former version as it is likely to cause PS to crash. Beside it should only take you a few minutes to set your preferences and color settings again.
Regards, Murray
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