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Eigene Voreinstellung für Bilder festlegen? Creating an own preset for images?

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Für mein Fotobuchprojekt verwende ich immer die gleichen weißen Ränder für Fotos und auch immer den gleichen Schattenwurf. Leider muss ich es für jedes Bild wieder neu einstellen. Es gibt sicherlich ein einfachen Weg, eine einmal erstellte Einstellung immer wieder aufzurufen. Wie mache ich das?

Für my photobookprojekt I use aways the same white Frame an the same shadow. Unfortunately I have to adjust it for every new Foto. There is certainly a simple way to call the adjustment again. How can I do it?


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– applied object style and used asset are not linked to their original, so you can't redefine them afterwards for already used frames.
– an object style is depending on its initial object size (when saving as style), so a frame resize would cause a change in frame width, too.

To set a default frame color + width (frame size independent) for every new created frame you also can use the default buttons  624104718_revertdefaultsKopie.jpg.c6476e3f8a25b7edb723c8aec0065f3d.jpg and their menu:


To save properties of a selection use "Synchronize". If you additionally apply "Save" then it is saved for the application and available for other documents too.

Unfortunately, different to an asset, this "Default" does not save effects like a shodow.

macOS 10.12.6,  Macbook Pro 15" + Eizo 24"

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