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How can I get Photoshop 5.0 pallets/views preferences to "stick"? I've tried trashing the prefs file and restarting, but I still get ALL the windows coming up when I open the program. I only want the Layers, Brushes and Channels pallets to open at startup.
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I'm using a Mac Power PC 8500, system 8.5
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I ferget whether photoshop 5 uses a preferences file in the Preferences Folder but if it does make sure to get that one *AND* the Adobe Photoshop 5 Prefs in the Adobe Photoshop 5.0 Settings folder which should be in the same folder as your Photoshop 5 app. Try doing a search for "photoshop" and see how many documents you come up with that have "pref" in them. Ditch anything relevant.
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