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    Adobe - keeping orignal settings

    someone has asked me to install an adobe suite for someone - no problem

    but now they asked to lock the tool bars or what ever so tehy can use the software as normal but it reloads all the settings it was before locked but no restrictions with the software but reverted back.

    I guess like microseoft office you add tool bars then when you close them it all back to what it was before.

    any tips be glad to hear

    btw the suite is CS3 and operating system is vista (stand-alone laptop)

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    anyone *bump* i guess there is a file which i could set to read only but the programs may argue lol
    the cs3 packages they are using is Flash, phtooshop and dreamweaver

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    Photoshop CS3 stores most of its settings in a file called Adobe Photoshop CS3 Prefs.psp. On Windows Vista & 7, this is located in %AppData%\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS3\Adobe Photoshop CS3 Settings. I just tried setting this file to read-only on my computer and this does indeed prevent Photoshop from saving its settings - no complaints either (which is surprising).

    I don't use Flash or Dreamweaver so I'm not sure about those.

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    thanks I will give that a try, when you settings i guess you refering to paint brush colour slection whole lot, i not an expert on photoshop or familer with those packages myself.

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