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tayla | 3 years ago | 5 comments | 1,123 views

Hey everyone, sorry to bother you guys again but I'm having a major problem getting my head around using the preset function.

I recently bought a third party pack full of text effects which included a bunch of presets for changing the style of texts, I've followed the install instructions to the c/outerspace/media folder and I also but a copy in the documents/preset folder.

Unfortunately I haven't as yet got a reply from the builder of this "plugin" hence the call for help from you guys. I've tried different combinations of placing the folder but still can't get it to open/show when I select new show, select preset when I want to change style of the text I've typed.

I know I'm more than likely doing something totally wrong (as usual) just needing your knowledge and help to get me on track.



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Good service of your "third party"...

When you choose PRESET > SAVE PRESET AS... you can see the location of the preset folder in the top left. That's the place where you can copy the presets to.

On my Windows 10 system this is: C:\Users\michiel\Documents\BluffTitler\Presets\

It can be different on other Windows versions.

Maybe this helps.

michiel, 3 years ago

Thank you Michiel for replying, I'll check it out straight away.

Sorry I had to purchase from elsewhere and it is not a reflection on BluffTitler, more on my capabilities of getting my head around things. As usual, users had tried to help me but it just didn't sink in good enough and I did try the tutorial route even for these presets, I'm just now wondering it may be because I'm running Windows7.

I'll let you know the outcome.

Thanks again.

tayla, 3 years ago

Nope, I can get to both destinations in c + documents but no sign of presets in folder.


tayla, 3 years ago

I advise you to create some presets yourself. This will show you how it works.

Choose PRESET > SAVE PRESET AS... to create a preset.

And choose LOAD PRESET... to load a preset.

After creating a preset, you can take a look at the Presets folder with Windows file explorer.

michiel, 3 years ago

Did I ever mention I was an idiot! I totally got my wires crossed about presets and what I was actually trying to implement, thanks to team viewer I was shown exactly where I should have been looking (attach border and not presets).

A simple mistake for an idiot to get wrong, rofl.

Thanks everyone for your help.


tayla, 3 years ago

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