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Photoshop (Beta) - sky replacement

Community Beginner ,
Jul 08, 2023 Jul 08, 2023

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I have downloaded Photoshop (Beta) and i have found a glitch. when i try to use the "sky replacement" feature I find all the skies I have downloaded in the 2023 version are missing? The only ones available are the default presets. My question is, is there a way to transfer all these presets over to the Beta version?

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Community Expert , Jul 09, 2023 Jul 09, 2023

You could try exporting the sky presets from PS 2023 then import them into your PS Beta.

* Open the Sky Replacement tool in PS 2023.
*  Right click (Windows)/Control click (Mac) on your sky image or folder and choose 'Export Select Skies..."

* Open the Sky Replacement tool in PS Beta.
*  Right click (Windows)/Control click (Mac) choose "Import Sku Presets..."

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Community Beginner , Jul 16, 2023 Jul 16, 2023

Good afternoon Dean:

That works with one exception. you need to know where the .sky files are located to select them. I have asked the same question of the "Kelby one community" and got the correct answer:

C:\program files\adobe\adobe photoshop 2023\required\sky_presets

once you know that your method works great. Thanks so much for your help

it occured to me, if adobe did not automatically transfer my sky files it probably did not transfer other files also. That is something Adobe should look at.

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Jul 08, 2023 Jul 08, 2023

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Hi , I've moved your post from the Photoshop forum to the Photoshop Beta forum where you are more likely to get replies relevant to your issue.

Dave

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You could try exporting the sky presets from PS 2023 then import them into your PS Beta.

* Open the Sky Replacement tool in PS 2023.
*  Right click (Windows)/Control click (Mac) on your sky image or folder and choose 'Export Select Skies..."

* Open the Sky Replacement tool in PS Beta.
*  Right click (Windows)/Control click (Mac) choose "Import Sku Presets..."

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Good afternoon Dean:

That works with one exception. you need to know where the .sky files are located to select them. I have asked the same question of the "Kelby one community" and got the correct answer:

C:\program files\adobe\adobe photoshop 2023\required\sky_presets

once you know that your method works great. Thanks so much for your help

it occured to me, if adobe did not automatically transfer my sky files it probably did not transfer other files also. That is something Adobe should look at.

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