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While working with custom shapes, I was loading new sets to check out. The dialog box about whether I want to Append or Replace popped up, as it always does. Frankly, I don’t care because I fiddle with these so often. I can replace or append as needed, but continuously clicking the buttons (Append, Cancel, Replace) is tedious. I’m a keyboard jockey and do not like to click any more than I need to. The same dialog box pops up when using other features with presets.
So my question is: Is there a way I can tweak the preferences to eliminate the warnings? Can I turn off this feature?
Great question! I don’t believe that you can disable the warning permanently, but you can disable it on a case-by-case basis. Normally, when you elect to load a new custom shape set, or brush set, or any other kind of preset set, you receive the dialog box shown in Figure A. To suppress this warning, simply press [option] ([Alt] in Windows) while clicking on the preset to lo...