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Old 11-01-2008, 12:23 AM
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Re: technical question on actions (CS3)

Originally Posted by mikoe View Post
Perhaps this is very obvious and I'm just missing it, but I'm having issues with my CS3 Photoshop program remembering actions. I have to remake the actions every time my wife switches users (Mac Dual 2.3 G5, non-Intel). I'm not even sure where the actions go when I make the new ones. I have about 5 that remain constantly and I can go into the folder to see where they are:

User(me)/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Adobe Photoshop CS3/Presets/Actions

Maybe has something to do with the fact that the program is installed in my user folder, not in the main applications folder?

To make it even more complicated, there are a couple resizing actions that always show up in the program (don't disappear) but I don't see corresponding ATN files in the aforementioned folder. Anyone ever experienced this problem? Getting tired of redoing the actions over and over.
I just reread your original post...

Are you saying something like:
* You login to your Mac "as you," open PS, create one or more new actions, shutdown Photoshop.
* Then your wife logs in as herself, does whatever, logs off.
* You login again as you, open PS and the actions you previously created are "not present"?

Does your wife use Photoshop on the Mac or just you?
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