Style Packs

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Style Packs

Postby bennettandyp » Sun Nov 17, 2019 5:57 pm

hello -
I bought a couple of the style packs being offered thru the Phase One site to compliment my own.
There are some particularly good ones out there; Bryan Minear knows how to make a great user style. As with anything, some of them I will never use.
the question: is there a way to simply eliminate the ones I don't like from the list of styles under User Styles?
I'm a PC user.
Thanks
Andrew
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Re: Style Packs

Postby ClauS » Sun Nov 17, 2019 9:01 pm

You can go to

C:\Users\[YOUR USERNAME]\AppData\Local\CaptureOne\Styles50

and delete the unused styles in there or in their subfolders. You can move them to another folder of your disk to keep a copy (you never know). Eventually you can just create a folder inside that path to collect all the unused ones and let them appear in a separate collection.
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Re: Style Packs

Postby bennettandyp » Mon Nov 18, 2019 2:34 am

ClauS wrote:You can go to

C:\Users\[YOUR USERNAME]\AppData\Local\CaptureOne\Styles50

and delete the unused styles in there or in their subfolders. You can move them to another folder of your disk to keep a copy (you never know). Eventually you can just create a folder inside that path to collect all the unused ones and let them appear in a separate collection.



THAT DID IT! Thank you ClauS. Very helpful. And you're right - I didn't delete them; I saved them in an "unused" subfolder. Some are just not my taste. Additionally, there are a bunch of them that are named "...XX" and then "...XX PLUS". the PLUS seems to indicate 2 stops up on exposure. My style doesn't lend itself to that; but I get your point.
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