The Color Settings dialog box represents the common color management controls shared by several Adobe applications, including Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. If you modify and save over the current color settings file in any application other than Photoshop, you may be prompted to synchronize the common color settings upon starting Photoshop or upon reopening the Color Settings dialog box in Photoshop.
Synchronizing the color settings helps to ensure that color is reproduced consistently between Adobe applications that use the Color Settings dialog box. To share custom color settings between applications, be sure to save and load the settings file in the desired applications. (See "Saving and loading color management settings" on page 112.)
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