Upgraded to the new 2019 Versions of the CC apps today, but I am unable to sync the color settings across apps. Also, the color setting do not stick within the individual apps. I update the universal color settings in bridge and apply, if I quit and relaunch bridge the color settings indicate they are not synced.
If I open Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign the color settings are indeed not synced. I can manually update the settings in each app, but as soon as I quit, and relaunch, each app, the color settings have reverted back to their 'defaults'.
I have deleted all CC applications and data, run the CC Cleaner app, reinstalled CC from scratch and the color setting issue still remains.
This behavior isn't happening with the 2018 versions of the apps. I can set a global color setting in Bridge and it will apply to all apps.
The apps maintain the color setting between quit and relaunch.
Mainly just curious if anyone else has seen this behavior?
same problem here
Just downgraded to CC2018 and everything is back to normal... wondering what's wrong with the brand new version of Bridge.
I have the same Problem, Setting keeps going back to emulation of Indesign 2.0 CMS and Illustrator 6.0.
Exact same problem.
Closed all apps other than Bridge. Edit/Colour Settings - Not Synchronized.
Click on Europe General Purpose 3 and then click Apply just closes the window.
Open Edit/Colour Settings - and still Not Synchronized
Open Indesign, Edit, Colour Settings, keeps defaulting to 'Emulate Adobe Indesign 2.0 CMS off'.
I change it manually to 'Europe General Purpose 3' when all other docs are closed. Resets after close and open the app again.
Illustrator the same but changes to Emulate Illustrator 6.0
What a pity! Back to 2018 … And hope Adobe will answer someday 🙂
How do I roll it back? I dont have that path or that file to delete so need to try this.
Let me jump on too. Same problem.
MacOS Mojave 10.14
MacBook Pro Touch Bar
Here same problem.
Via time-machine old version of bridge 2018 installed with the new 2019 version of CC.
Is working as long as the CC programs are working. After restart no sync anymore.
Hello, same Problem here, i think it comes from the Bridge and from import of older Settings...
II've written an AppleScript, just customize the Settings-Name and put it into InDesign's Startup-scripts-Folder:
tell color settings
set enable color management to true
set CMS settings to "ISO_Coated_v2__Adobe_RGB"
set accurate LAB spots to true
It's bridge. Went back to InDesign 2018 but same problem: No more Softproof possible. After deinstalling Bridge 2019 it was fine.
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I think I got it working after trashing the color preferences.
Delete this file:
Same/other threat :
Thanks Thijs de Leeuw. This worked for me 🙂
Delete this file:
Thanks Thijs de Leeuw.
I am ashamed I was so quick to jump on "this does not work" before checking preferences and doing a little troubleshooting. I am better than this.
No need to be. My respons was quite the same after clicking the update button and this stopped working as it should.
Just glad everything is working again.
This has seemed to do the trick for me as well.
Thanks to Thijs de Leeuw
Works perfectly, thanks.
Delete this file helped:
Thanks to Thijs de Leeuw!
Unfortunately, none of the above work for me, so this is only the answer for some. Not helpful marking problems as answered when not. Noted elsewhere this doesn't work for others.
This looks more like missing profiles, or Adobe apps not knowing where they are. There seems to be a few aliases on a Mac, from one folder to another, which may be part of the issue. Simply by applying/removing/applying (several times) different profiles and combined settings, I seemed now only to have Illustrator not holding settings, though now it seems to warn me that the profiles are missing... so perhaps that is now fixed. Definitely an issue on install for Adobe.
It works for me too! Thank you a lot!
Deleting the file ACEConfigCache2.lst solved the problem with colors in Illustrator CC 2019.
Be careful, if you switch from one application to another (example of Photoshop to Illustrator) while you work, this problem remain even if you have deleted the file ACEConfigCache2.lst and you have assigned a new profile via Bridge. I still have this issue and I have to deleted this file as long as I have to go from one application to another (I work on MockUps PSD which are inserted in Illustrator).
So this solution only works partially for me. The ACEConfigCache2.lst file is constantly coming back.
Thanks Thijs, this did the trick!
Brill thanks I trashed that file - ACEConfigCache2.lst - and Illustrator and Photoshop seem to be working properly again.
Simple when you find someone who knows what they are doing! ha
Hello! I have been trying to solve this problem for a while, can someone explain how to delete said file in laymans terms? I honestly don't know how to get to, let alone edit the files other than pasting that location in my Finder search bar. 🙈 Please help!