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can someone explain .aco files to me..how can i use them in photoshop?

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example, this site has a .aco file on the page. what can i do with it? can i somehow load it into photoshop and then click it within photoshop to select those particular colors?

http://dribbble.com/shots/1022978-Liquid-Soap?list=users

thanks!

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In PS open your swatches window, click the dropdown menu and click Load Swatch, when loaded the new colours should show there
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nICE!

is there a way to save each aco in PS? can i do this automatically on import of a new aco?

I would like to not have the colors just loaded into a large list of other colors. would like to create custom collections.
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