So far, renaming the xmp file in ACR has changed the name of the preset. Now it is impossible! This means that renaming the xmp file does not change the name of the preset! Why??? How do I change the name of an existing preset in ACR WITHOUT copying all settings (to new file / preset)?
When I have 50 presets (for example) and want to change their name, I would have to copy EACH ONE in turn. It will last forever! Please help!
Maybe it is possible to turn off in the Photoshop - so that it does not save the preset name inside the file, but as in the old version downloaded the preset name after the file name? This solution was much better! Helped to organize the presets.
Please check the below discussion and tutorial, related to the same query.
That's not the point. I know where XMP files are stored. The point is that in the new version of Photoshop the program reads presets not from the file name as before, but from the name "stuck" in the xmp file (inside code). And that means, that renaming the XMP file does not change the name of the preset. How to change it?