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I noticed today that in the colour picker instead of a red I was getting a murky orange colour.

I tried the Ctrl+Shift+Alt trick which has worked once before but no change.

I then uninstalled and the reinstalled CS3 but the problem remains.

I have added two photos:

#1 Should show Red but I get this Orange

#2 Is the colour Library

Help please.


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Edited by Rickles, 17 September 2012 - 07:03 AM.

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Finally solved that problem.

I uninstalled the program, used another program to get Adobe Utilities - CS5 - ExtendScript Toolkit CS5 out of the system.

Next was a program called Uninstaller to track down any connected files.

Apparently there is a folder that is usually missed called Bonjour and for that one I had to use a Remove on Boot up program.

Next the Registry but I always do a backup before going any further.

I had to go into:





to get all the Adobe out of the system.

Finally open up the hidden files and folders because there are a lot more in there.

A clean of the whole computer and a defrag.

Reinstalled CS3 and the red is red and prints red all back to normal.

I hate computers.

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