How do I return the Digital Film Tools software to its default window setup?
Posted by Peter Moyer on 04 January 2008 12:23 AM
If you manage to get your Digital Film Tools windows into a strange state, you can return them to their default window setup by following the instructions below.

Windows XP
  • From the Windows Start Menu, select Run.
  • Enter regedit in the Open field and click OK.
  • Go to the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Digital Film Tools and delete the appropriate Digital Film Tools product folder.
  • Restart Photoshop.
Windows 7 / Vista
  • From the Windows Start Menu, type regedit.
  • When regedit appears in the list above, click on it.
  • Go to the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Digital Film Tools and delete the appropriate Digital Film Tools product folder.
  • Restart Photoshop.
Macintosh
  • Double-click on the Hard Drive icon on your Desktop.
  • Select your Home icon at the left side of the file browser that opens.
  • Navigate to the /Library/Preferences folder and delete the file called: com.digitalfilmtools.photoshop.XXX--XXX stands for your Digital Film Tools product.
  • Restart Photoshop.
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