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How to make a Set of Actions in PS
Aug 29, 2023 19:07:29   #
flashdaddy Loc: Berlin PA
 
I said in another post that I just downloaded PS 24.7, but it came at a price. I had to start all over with setting up my Workspace and try to remember what settings to change in Preferences.

Worse yet, I lost all of my Actions, so I have to start over with those. Luckily when I download an action I save it in a folder in my PC so I haven't really lost too much other than the time to set them up again (and try to remember which ones I used the most).

Now a question: I have a number of actions saved in a folder that is not a Set. How do I set up a Set and then populate that set with actions that I've saved? For instance, I probably have a dozen or more actions for B&W and Sepia that I would sooner have in a set that I could drop down and choose what I wanted rather than have each one listed by itself.

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Aug 30, 2023 12:41:01   #
BobHartung Loc: Bettendorf, IA
 
flashdaddy wrote:
I said in another post that I just downloaded PS 24.7, but it came at a price. I had to start all over with setting up my Workspace and try to remember what settings to change in Preferences.

Worse yet, I lost all of my Actions, so I have to start over with those. Luckily when I download an action I save it in a folder in my PC so I haven't really lost too much other than the time to set them up again (and try to remember which ones I used the most).

Now a question: I have a number of actions saved in a folder that is not a Set. How do I set up a Set and then populate that set with actions that I've saved? For instance, I probably have a dozen or more actions for B&W and Sepia that I would sooner have in a set that I could drop down and choose what I wanted rather than have each one listed by itself.
I said in another post that I just downloaded PS 2... (show quote)


You should be able to move these from the prior version.

If not call Adobe Support 800-833-6687.

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