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Error message upon opening ADOBE Photoshop CS -"edit logging is disabled"

Posted on 2011-02-11
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Hi,

No problems with Photoshop CS until today. I opened it up and got the message "Couldn't open the edit log file coastline_detailed. Edit logging is disabled." I tried rebooting and that didn't help.
Can someone please help me with this? Thanks in advance.
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Didn't you get this resolved on the Adobe forums? http://forums.adobe.com/message/3464988
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Yes, you're right - I should have closed this question.
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