Photoshop saves Keyboard Sets to *home folder*/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Adobe Photoshop *version*/Presets/Keyboard Shortcuts
You can save your set anywhere you want but for Photoshop to see it, .kys file should be in that directory
Serg, funny, it's empty, so CS5 is pulling from somwhere else. How determine what it's using and where its pulling it from?
I would like to get back to basics on this. thanks. I have a mystery/mess on my hands.
Its showning Main, modified now. I'm not sure where that is. They don't have a "show in finder' or anything.
How do I take that and save it with new name, and get it to where it should be? thanks!
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Have you pressed Save button?
After you'll do that Photoshop will ask you where you want to save .kys file OR will save it automatically to your *home folder*/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Adobe Photoshop *version*/Presets/Keyboard Shortcuts
So either save it wherever you want or grab the file there. After that you can double-click the file to restore shortcuts OR place the file into 'Keyboard Shortcuts' directory for it to appear in Photoshop's dropdown menu.
I can't understand, what's the problem?
got it, thanks, just had to get that navigation down.
It’s a convenient location!
A little addendum.
Once the file has been saved in cs5, you can import it automagically in CS6 if you go to Edit>Presets>Migrate Presets.