How to save custom shapes in Photoshop tutorial

How to save custom shapes sets in Photoshop. How to save CSH format files in CC 2018 2017 2015 CS6 CS5 etc

Save custom shapes sets

how to save custom shapes CSH file tutorial
  1. Select the custom shapes tool in Photoshop toolbar

  2. Load multiple CSH files into the set (if required) via the shapes preset picker

  3. Add new shapes to the current shapes presets picker (if required)

  4. Delete any shapes you don't want from the shapes preset picker (the panel containing all the shapes) by using the alt / option key

  5. Goto the right side of the shapes panel

  6. Save shapes

  7. Browse for a folder and give the CSH shapes file a name

  8. OK

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Preset manager : managerThe easiest way to export the presets is to go to the edit menu and then preset manager (if using an earlier version) or presets and then preset manager with the more recent versions.


Select the CSH in the dropdown and then select the presets you want to export to a CSH file by just selecting them in the panel. You can select one or more. Once you have finished, go to the save set command to export them to a new CSH



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Format : formatThe CSH format file will be in the current versions format and may not be accessible in earlier versions of PS.


There is no feature to say export PS 6 CSH or PS CS6 format.


Super sets : superYou can add / load all your favorite designs in a single panel and then export the lot in one single go.


Select all the items in the panel and then use the same set command to create a super large CSH file which can then be loaded at any time






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