I have some third party Lightroom presets that I imported, and with them came something called "toolkit", which I have managed to import more than once. Because of this, when I go to Develop, and open the toolkit that I imported, each option will be listed more than once.
I use Lightroom CC, it's up-to-date as of today, and Windows 10 (also up-to-date as of today).
What is the easiest way to remove these duplicated entries?
Here's a screen shot of what i see when I open the toolkit line within Lightroom.
One method- Right-click an un-wanted preset, select [Delete]
Open Preferences / Presets Tab "Show Lightroom Presets Folder", Expand the "Lightroom" folder. Expand the "Develop Presets" folder, Expand the "Toolkit" folder, Delete the un-wanted presets, Re-start Lightroom to reset the presets list.
Thank you so much. I should have tried the right-click and delete from within the program...don't know why I didn't think of that. Frustration, I guess. There were only 40 duplicates to get rid of, so that didn't take long, either.