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Managing libraries with the Preset Manager (Photoshop)

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Managing libraries with the Preset Manager (Photoshop)




The Preset Manager centralizes management of brushes swatches gradients styles, patterns contours custom shapes and preset tools. You can use the Preset Manager to change the current set of preset items and create new libraries Once you load a library in the Preset Manager you can access the library s items in all locations that the type of preset is available such as the options bar Styles palette Gradient Editor dialog box and so on.

Illustration of rearranging tool presets in the Preset Manager

To display the Preset Manager:

Choose Edit > Preset Manager.

To switch between preset types:

Choose an option from the Preset Type pop-up menu.

To change how items are displayed:

Choose a display option palette menu:

Text Only to display the name of each preset item.

Small Thumbnail or Large Thumbnail to display a thumbnail of each preset item ( These options are not available for tool presets.)

Small List or Large List to display the name and thumbnail of each preset item ( These options are not available for swatch presets.)

Stroke Thumbnail to display a sample brush stroke and brush thumbnail of each brush preset ( This option is available for brush presets only.)

To load a library of preset items:

Do one of the following:

Choose a library file from the bottom of the palette menu Click OK to replace the current list or click Append to append the current list.

To add a library to the current list click Load select the library file you want to add and click Load.

To replace the current list with a different library choose Replace Preset Type from the palette menu Select the library file you want to use and click Load.

Note: Each type of library has its own file extension and default folder in the Presets folder in the Photoshop program folder.



To rename presets items:

Select a preset item Shift-click to select multiple items:

Do one of the following:

Click Rename then enter a new name for the brush swatch and so on.

If the Preset Manager is set to display presets as thumbnails double-click a preset enter a new name and click OK.

If the Preset Manager is set to display presets as a list or text only double-click a preset, enter a new name inline and press Enter ( Windows) or Return (Mac OS).

To rearrange preset items:

Drag an item up or down in the list.

To delete preset items:

Do one of the following:

Select a preset item and click Delete.

Alt-click ( Windows) or Options-click (Mac OS) the items you want to delete.

To create a new library of presets:

Do one of the following:

To save all the presets in the list as a library make sure that no items are selected.

To save a subset of the current list as a library hold down Shift and select the items you want to save.

Click Save Set choose a location for the library enter a filename and click Save.

You can save the library anywhere However if you place the library file in the appropriate Presets folder inside the Photoshop program folder the library name will appear at the bottom of the palette menu after you restart Photoshop.

To return to the default library of preset items:

Choose Reset Preset Type from the palette menu. You can either replace the current list or append the default library to the current list.






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