"Save changes to this workspace" is greyed out

Engaged ,
Nov 10, 2019

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Hi guys,

after updating to PP 2020, I cannot save any changes to the existing workspaces no more: the save option is greyed out.

I though it was a cloud sync/connection proble, but I'm connected (no the faster connection here, though)

Any suggestions?

 

Screenshot 2019-11-10 at 13.38.46.png

 

Thanks,

Alessandro.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Nov 10, 2019

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If its a Premiere standard workspace: yes that is correct.

If you made changes: Save as new workspace.

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Community Beginner ,
Dec 03, 2019

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But the key here is that it wasn't this way before 2020.  You were able to make changes to provided workspaces and save as your own version.

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Engaged ,
Nov 10, 2019

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Yes it is. Specifically the editing workspace.

Of course I saved in a personalize WS, but in the previous versions was possible to edit and save the standards as well. So, it looks like to be a change from this point of view.

Not a big deal, but I'm just wondering why. 🙂

 

Anyway, thanks for your answer 🙂

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Community Beginner ,
Dec 03, 2019

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Not sure why Adobe would've done this.  Seems like a bug to me. Now I have to go through each of my workspaces and save as a new one in order to make changes.  Updates are always fun.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 03, 2019

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No its not a bug. People were complaining not being able to go back to the default workspaces.

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Community Beginner ,
Dec 03, 2019

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Please tell me that's not true.  "Reset to Default Workspace" is such a cleaner solution.  So now you have all of these custom workspaces that can't have the same name of the standard workspaces?  And I see they've disabled "Delete" for the default workspaces.  Poor poor decisions on design.

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Feb 05, 2021

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Yep...it is the least intuitive way to do it. Hope that with upgrades; your personal mde work spaces are saved. Looks like now there is a feature to import work spaces from projects.

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