3 Replies Latest reply on May 7, 2016 6:17 AM by melodyes40553880

    Can't find Local Adjustment Preset Folder--help, please?

    melodyes40553880

      After the Apple techs wiped clean my MacBook Pro, I reinstalled all my apps, including Lightroom 6 (CC).  No issues with the downloads, or with adding back my purchased presets. But oh no! When I tried to add back my purchased brushes,  I couldn't find the Local Adjustment Preset Folder! Where could it be?

       

      Here's what I'm seeing when I click the Presets Folder button. Do you have any suggestions as to where else I might look? I tried Adobe & CC's troubleshooting forums, but no luck.

       

       

      Thanks in advance for any suggested fixes!

      Screen Shot 2016-05-06 at 10.03.16 PM.png

        • 1. Re: Can't find Local Adjustment Preset Folder--help, please?
          99jon Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          Double-click (control-click) on the Develop Presets folder. Are there no User Preset subfolders?

          • 2. Re: Can't find Local Adjustment Preset Folder--help, please?
            melodyes40553880 Level 1

            This is what's in the Develop Presets folder Screen Shot 2016-05-07 at 6.10.48 AM.png

            • 3. Re: Can't find Local Adjustment Preset Folder--help, please?
              melodyes40553880 Level 1

              Oh hey, I found a solution in the context of another post, only tangentially related. Thanks to skproductions303 for this!!  (Copy/pasting the solution here, in quotation marks, in case someone else experiences the same issues.)

               

              "I had the same issue, Just purchased a new Macbook Pro (June 2015) and Lightroom CC was presenting this error as well.  Here is the dialog I had with Adobe, and it cured the problem:

               

              Adobe: Please Click on the Finder option in your Dock at the bottom of the screen.

              Adobe: Then click on GO on the menu bar at the top of the screen.

              Adobe: Then click on GO to Folder and then type: ~/Library/Application Support/Adobe/

              Scott: OK I did

              Adobe: Control-click the folder and choose Get Info.

              Adobe: Expand the Sharing & Permissions section.

              Adobe: Click on + icon and check if you have Administrator to select

              scott: OK, I've selected Admin

              Adobe: Give read and write permissions to Admini

              scott: Completed

              Adobe: Click on Gear icon and select Apply changes to enclosed items

              scott: OK

              Adobe: From Finder window, Click on GO and select GO to folder

              Adobe: Type in
              Adobe: /Library/Application Support/Adobe
              / and hit enter

              scott: Completed

              Adobe: Control-click the folder and choose Get Info

              Adobe: Expand the Sharing & Permissions section.

              scott: ok

              Adobe: Give read and write permissions to all the users

              Adobe: Then click on + sign and add rest of the users from the list

              scott: Completed

              Adobe: Now, please try using the Lightroom from your computer.

              scott: Thank You - it works!"