Back and Restore Muse preferences

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Hi

I just reinstall my PC on a new SSD ( i still have my old OS with all the Adobe installed files on  a different dirve)

is there a way to save time and restore

  • workspace
  • Web fonts
  • widgets

Thank you

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ZivoDesign  wroteHiI just reinstall my PC on a new SSD ( i still have my old OS with all the Adobe installed files on  a different dirve)is there a way to save time and restore workspaceWeb fontswidgetsThank youworkspace = noweb fonts = your Adobe id has these linked to it so yes they are still there as long as you sign in with the same Adobe id as beforewidgets??? you don't save widgets in Adobe Muse so I assume you have library files and they come in two basic types;CC library files are stored...

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ZivoDesign  wrote

Hi

I just reinstall my PC on a new SSD ( i still have my old OS with all the Adobe installed files on  a different dirve)

is there a way to save time and restore

  • workspace
  • Web fonts
  • widgets

Thank you

workspace = no

web fonts = your Adobe id has these linked to it so yes they are still there as long as you sign in with the same Adobe id as before

widgets??? you don't save widgets in Adobe Muse so I assume you have library files and they come in two basic types;

CC library files are stored online with your Adobe id so yes (again assumes the same id is used) they will sync to the new system.

library files are stored local so they don't carry across unless you made a backup or can find them with a search for .mulib files... click each one to open | store them in the new system

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