Photoshop: Sync support for Keyboard Shortcuts and Workspaces

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Been using Creative Cloud since it launched and love it! My one problem though is syncing settings. It seems to be either hit or miss with that feature. At one point I had to re-place all my toolbars cause it copied the settings from my new computer I was setting up instead of what should of been synced in the cloud. I guess what I'm wanting is a little more manual control over sync settings. Maybe a way to sync just certain workspaces or visually see settings that are backed up in the cloud. Maybe even the ability to have like 5 time stamped backups. I love the software this just seems to be the only frustration since I tend to avoid syncing so I don't have to reset up all my toolbars and work spaces. Thanks for any consideration of this idea I look forward to continuing using the software.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Photoshop: Sync support for Keyboard Shortcuts and Workspaces.


Sync for my keyboard shortcuts and workspaces would be great :-) That's all! Thanks.
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Photoshop: Sync support for Keyboard Shortcuts and Workspaces.


I really like that Adobe introduced the Settings Sync.
although the feature needs improvements.

Example: I have two workstations with already synchronized settings. When i change few settings on one of them, i just want to be able to upload the new settings. Now, when i sync it just downloads the old settings from the cloud and overwrites the new settings i just made? The option "When Conflict Occur: Keep Local Settings" doesn't solve the problem. Why not just have the option to upload/download settings to/from the cloud?

Or maybe i'm not getting it right? Is the sync bidirectional? Or how exactly does it work?

Another thing is, that the whole concept of the sync is not complete. Why not syncing also all other presets like brush presets, keyboard shortcuts and workspaces? I just want to be able to start a fresh installed photoshop, click "sync" or "download settings and presets" and be able to work as i'm used to it.

please give us some more options!

thanks!