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Getting old presets from CSS Sculptor 2

Thread began 9/28/2009 12:44 pm by drubin312804 | Last modified 9/29/2009 1:35 pm by Justin Nemeth | 989 views | 2 replies |


Getting old presets from CSS Sculptor 2

I loaded in Sculptor 3 and so far so good, but when i followed the removal of Sculptor 2 from Ext. Manager I lost all my old designs. Is there anyway I can load them into Sculptor 3

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

if you exported the presets using the Preset manager, you can import them into CSS Sculptor 3. unfortunately, if they where not exported first, there is no way to retrieve them.

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Justin Nemeth

I'll also point out that any new custom presets you saved in Sculptor 2 will be automatically added to Sculptor 3 when you install it. The default presets bundled in Sculptor 2 are all still contained in Sculptor 3, so they will still be there for you.

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