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Sculptor 2 in Sculptor 3

Thread began 9/15/2009 7:51 pm by Brad Lawryk | Last modified 9/15/2009 8:23 pm by Jimmy Wu | 945 views | 2 replies |

Brad Lawryk

Sculptor 2 in Sculptor 3

Will you be able to use/edit presets you made in Sculptor 2 with Sculptor 3? If so, what would be the procedure?

Seems to me if you uninstal Sculptor 2, you would lose any custom presets you made?

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Justin Nemeth

Any custom presets you created will remain in the Dreamweaver config folder and the first time you launch Sculptor 3 it will convert them to work correctly.

With that said, I would still recommend backing up your Sculptor 2 layouts using the Preset Manager just so you have a backup. You can just select all your custom presets and export them to a zip file.

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Jimmy Wu

If you are removing Sculptor v2 you should export all the custom layouts that you have made and you should be able to import them after installing v3.

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