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My understanding was that the Ignore EXIF Color Space utility would change Photoshop behaviour such that a dialog box would ask for a source profile when opening a raw camera file. When opening a raw file after installation, there is still no dialog box to allow me to change the source profile. I made sure that my color management policies were not 'off'. I ensured that the registry entry was added and performed a reboot for good measure but to no avail.Any help would be appreciated! I am using Win 2K SP4, Adobe 7.0.1 with Canon D60. Thanks, Kevin...

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    Default Ignore EXIF registry utility has no effect

    My understanding was that the Ignore EXIF Color Space utility would change Photoshop behaviour such that a dialog box would ask for a source profile when opening a raw camera file. When opening a raw file after installation, there is still no dialog box to allow me to change the source profile.

    I made sure that my color management policies were not 'off'. I ensured that the registry entry was added and performed a reboot for good measure but to no avail.Any help would be appreciated!

    I am using Win 2K SP4, Adobe 7.0.1 with Canon D60.

    Thanks,
    Kevin
    Kevin McHone Guest

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    Default Re: Ignore EXIF registry utility has no effect

    Kevin McHone wrote:
    > I made sure that my color management policies were not 'off'.
    What about your color management policies? Are they set to 'Ask when
    opening' when you either open a doent without an embedded profile
    (missing profiles) or when you open a doent with another profile
    than your working space (profile mismatches) ?

    --
    Regards
    Madsen.
    Madsen Guest

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    I wanted assign a source color profile when ACR opens the Canon raw file.




    You can do that, in the lower left hand corner of the Camera raw dialog box. If you're not getting the Camera Raw interface, hold down the alt key when opening a .crw file.
    Mark Hiers Guest

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    Default Re: Ignore EXIF registry utility has no effect

    Hi Mark,
    Actually, I didn't mean the Camera Raw dialog box not showing. I was expecting an Assign Profile dialog box of some kind to let me choose a custom camera profile before the Camera Raw dialog box appears.
    Sorry for the confusion.
    Thanks,
    Kevin
    Kevin McHone Guest

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