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How to reset to default preferences

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  • John Wynn

    BTW, going to Terminal (on a Mac) and typing in "defaults delete com.phaseone.captureone22" yields:

    "Domain (com.phaseone.captureone22) not found. Defaults have not been changed."

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  • Ian Wilson
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    How many adjustment layers are added isn't something controlled by Preferences.

    Do you mean that if you are using the adjustment tool and click the + button, more than one layer is added?

    Ian

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  • John Wynn

    I mean that sometimes CO decides to arbitrarily create adjustment layers on it's own. Usually when there is already an adjustment layer present (one that I have created). Very inconsistent. Sometimes it's fine, sometimes it adds one additional layer, sometimes it will add as many as possible (up to 16 adjustment layers are allowed). I have been told of work-arounds but I've also been told that resetting defaults may help. Does that make sense?

    It seems to be duplicating existing adjustment layers.

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  • Ian Wilson
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    Well, I'm not sure what resetting defaults might entail. If you find that new layers are added spontaneously when you don't even do anything, something very odd is going on. I would suggest uninstalling and reinstalling the app. Your existing work would not be deleted. Make sure you have downloaded the installation file for your current version of Capture One before you do this.

    Ian

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  • John Wynn

    Regardless, I'd still like to know how to reset to default preferences globally. The instructions for going through Terminal aren't working for me. 

    "To reset to default preferences in Capture One 22 on a Mac, launch Terminal (/Applications/Utilities/Terminal.app). Copy and paste the following string: 'defaults delete com.captureone.captureone16', then press Enter. There won't be a confirmation, but if something goes wrong, it will notify you. #h_01G79WE25AY49JG28ZPZHSDJ4J.e. #h_01G79WEVZF9DWSH1JD6384KQG7."

    I get this response in Terminal: "2024-03-27 11:47:43.238 defaults[13860:924221] Domain (com.captureone.captureone16) not found. Defaults have not been changed."

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