CS2/CS3 Question...

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in Mac Software edited January 2014
I've been working with these applications for a long time now. I use them everyday at work, and at home. I always have at least PS, Ill, and InDesign open, but I always have one little thing that gets to me. Most of the time I will make a custom swatch pallet for the projects I do, and loading it in each app individually gets annoying. Why can't all the open CS apps share a swatch pallet? Does this bother anyone else? I mean, I've been getting stuff done for years, so it's not a HUGE problem, but it would be a really nice feature I think. I don't think they are putting this in CS3, but I really don't know why. Most designers use more then one CS app at a time, and when they are open, they are working on one project, am I right? Why not share the Swatch pallet?

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  • Reply 1 of 2
    MarvinMarvin Posts: 14,188moderator
    Adobe Swatch Exchange:



    http://yabbadobedoo.com/cinema3/adob..._exchange.html



    It would be better if you didn't have to manually maintain an external file all the time though. Even if they had a separate swatch program open in the dock where you could drag and drop colors into sets and then access that from any of the programs.
  • Reply 2 of 2
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    Originally Posted by Marvin View Post


    Adobe Swatch Exchange:



    http://yabbadobedoo.com/cinema3/adob..._exchange.html



    It would be better if you didn't have to manually maintain an external file all the time though. Even if they had a separate swatch program open in the dock where you could drag and drop colors into sets and then access that from any of the programs.



    That's what I meant when I said "load them individually". It doesn't make any sense why all three programs can't share a color pallet.
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