I just updated to CS6 on my work computer from CS5 on my personal computer (preferences and stuff were not transferred), and I'm trying to figure out how I can import my custom color scheme that I was using in CS5. In CS5 I was able to replace the Colors.xml file instead of going through each individual color option. I haven't had the same success with CS6.
In CS5 the Colors.xml file was located at this path (Mac)
/Users/%name%/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Dreamweaver CS5/%localization(en_US)%/Configuration/CodeColoring
The problem with CS6 is that there is no Dreamweaver CS6 folder at that path after "Adobe/"
Has anyone else encountered this problem? Any solutions? Looking at code on a white background is hurting my eyes!
Sorry, I don't have CS6, but see if this helps
Do you think this maybe has to do with Mountain Lion?
Here's a screenshot of no Dreamweaver CS6 folder in Library/../..
And no, it's not in the "Adobe Creative Suite 6 Design and Web Premium" folder either. I keep going through all of the folders hoping the Dreamweaver cs6 folder will show up, but nothing! Thanks for your help guys. If you think of anything else, please respond!
You're looking in the hard drive Library folder... Your preferences are user-specific, so would be within your user Library folder.
As of Lion, Apple hides the user Library folder by default, so you may not have been able to find this folder.
See this article for some tips on accessing the hidden user Library folder: http://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/global/access-hidden-user-library-f iles.html