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I don't see an obvious location. It must be hidden away in some plist somewhere...

Everything i read suggestes it should be a preset file hidden in the user library or the main OS 
library, But I can't find it.

Britt

On 3/12/14 6:19 PM, Geoff Thompson wrote:
> Dear All,
>
> In my photographic imaging system all the Canon lenses are calibrated at each magnification setting
> of each lens. So I can insert a measurement scale in Photoshop Extended using image analysis.
>
> I was sent an updated file some time back but it turned out I had a different extension tube on my
> 1.4x teleconverter. So there were errors. Iíve just spent days checking and correcting where
> necessary every setting.
>
> I now need to change these settings on a Mac used with our portable system offsite.
>
> I believe I will have to do this manually, using the measurements Iíve recorded but this will take
> many hours.
>
> By contrast this is how I was instructed to change the file on a Windows system.
>
> "How to swap out an old measurement file in Photoshop CS3, 4, 5 or 6
>
> Right click the new PS measurement file you have and select copy.
>
> Go into control panel
> Control Panel\Appearance and Personalization
> Then select show hidden files.
> Then go here on the C drive
>
> C:\Users\User\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS6\Adobe Photoshop CS6 Settings
>
> Remove your old measurement file (Save it first) and paste in the new one.
> The next time you use the measurements in PS you will have ALL the settings.
> I would strongly recommend that you copy the old file and save it somewhere safe in the event you
> wish to revert back or need it to verify a measurement on an older file.
>
> Path in Windows to place the PS measurement file.
>
> C:\Users\User\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS6\Adobe Photoshop CS6 Settings"
>
> The file is called "Measurement Scales.psp".
>
> I checked with our IT guy who knows Macs (but is not a Photoshop expert) but he didn't think there
> was a way of quickly installing it on a Mac.
>
> I thought I would ask if any of you know of a way round this problem.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Geoff
>
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