Export Photoshop keyboard shortcuts custom presets from an iMac to import them from a Macbook?

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I have a custom set of keyboard shortcutsI use in my iMac. I want to also use them in my Macbook.
Edit > Presets > Export/Import doesn't have them listed.
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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 13, 2022 Jul 13, 2022

The presets are about the various preset panels, such as Gradients, Styles, Patterns, etc.

 

The keyboard shortcut settings are in a totally different place. You will find them in:

 /Users/[USERNAME]/Library/Preferences/Adobe Photoshop 2022 Settings/Keyboard Shortcuts.psp

 

Just copy that to the same location on the other Mac.

 

If you made custom workspaces or some other custom settings, you’ll find them in the same Settings folder.

 

For future reference:

Preference file functions, names, locations | Photoshop

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The presets are about the various preset panels, such as Gradients, Styles, Patterns, etc.

 

The keyboard shortcut settings are in a totally different place. You will find them in:

 /Users/[USERNAME]/Library/Preferences/Adobe Photoshop 2022 Settings/Keyboard Shortcuts.psp

 

Just copy that to the same location on the other Mac.

 

If you made custom workspaces or some other custom settings, you’ll find them in the same Settings folder.

 

For future reference:

Preference file functions, names, locations | Photoshop (Adobe support article)

The keyboard shortcut settings location is listed in that article.

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