Workspaces Panel changes are not saved
Changes made to the Workspaces Panel via "Window/Workspaces/Edit Workspaces.." are not saved after restarting Premiere.
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William Stallworth commented
Still a problem for me. It saves everything except one panel that I always have to move into the correct spot.
Doron Alon commented
I had the same issue after installing Premiere on a new computer, but I DID FIND A SOLUTION!
Make sure that the "Import workspace from projects" option is clicked in the window-workspaces tab. That's what solved the issue for me.
Joao Monteiro commented
I've never had this problem in my life before on a MAC. Now that I've changed to Windows, whenever I restart my computer I always lose all my panels, I can't also sync it with other computers. This is insane in 2021...
Jake mueller commented
February 2021. Workspaces not saving. . still an issue.
Leticia Salcido commented
It's not September, 2020, I just reinstalled a clean PPro and After Effects. I went to Sync my After Effects preferences along with my workspace settings...... and..... and....
AS USUAL, THE WORKSPACE SETTINGS ARE NOT THERE.
Why Adobe, oh why can't you fix this insane small problem?? What is the point of having a cloud to upload your settings to, when the cloud lets them evaporate in thin air?? Is it some kind of twisted joke again our faithful clients?
FIX IT. PLEASE. It's annoying and time consuming re designing and building custom work spaces knowing that should've just taken a click.
Jay Everall commented
One day soon, people will say "wow, Da Vinci killed Adobe!" and what they'll actually mean is "Adobe killed Adobe".
Get it together!
its 2020 and this is still an issue...
Stéphane Augé commented
Same thing here. Workspaces are not saved.
Tucker Curts commented
I can't believe we're still having this issue in December of 2019 when it's been a problem for nearly 2 years now. Get your sh*t together Adobe...this can't be a hard thing to fix. This creates huge problems when I go from my workstation at home with multiple monitors to editing on just my laptop. Tried to create new workspaces specifically for 2-screen setups but shockingly that didn't work either.
Brett Naples commented
Adobe seems to care less and less about their customers. It boggles my mind that a professional company releases sofware with bugs like this and MUCH WORSE. Ive had bugs that consume my day and often more but Adobe refuses to do anything. Imagine if this was a car and people were having problems like this driving?! GET YOUR S**T TOGETHER ADOBE so I can stop telling people to stay away from your product.
Nathan Reopelle commented
I, too, have had this problem for a long time. FWIW, before I start any project I sync (download) my settings from the cloud. After a sync all my window assignments and placements come up correctly. So I sync EVERYTIME I start PPro. It works for me but it's annoying.
Jonas Quick commented
Still happening in CC 2019, October 2019. :) They will never fix this. I doubt they care. Gotta rearrange this **** every single f*cking day. Absolutely ridiculous. Especially considering it's Adobe, not some one person startup developer studio.
Daniek Lautenbach commented
I'm having this problem since august 2018, wtf Adobe fix it please this is a big problem.
Tracy Joseph commented
This problem is fairly new for me. I'm running 13.1.3 Build 44. Adobe can you please fix this? It's terribly time consuming to have to rebuild the workspace with a new project.
Tracy Joseph commented
This problem is fairly new for me. I'm running 13.1.3 Build 44. PC version. Adobe can you please fix this? It's terribly time consuming to have to rebuild the workspace with a new project.
Looking at the WorkspaceConfig.xml file before I edit the workspaces and afterwards, then re-examining that file after a software reboot, I've noticed the following.
Editing the workspaces, deleting the default ones so that the only workspaces available are my 4 customs, the WorkspaceConfig.xml file reports NO BuiltIns (default workspaces).
Upon software reboot, the BuiltIns (default workspaces) are back and my customs do not appear in the WorkspaceConfig.xml.
I then moved all the default workspaces to “Do Not Show” and placed my custom workspaces into the bar.
I closed the open project, software went to home screen, I then chose the same project to reopen.
Premiere took 8-9 minutes to reopen that project that I had just closed.
During this time, the WorkspaceConfig.xml file was changed and my custom workspaces remained, and the defaults remained in the Do Not Show.
I closed this project, software went to the home screen, I chose the same project AGAIN to reopen, and it took less than :30 to open, but longer than it should, much longer than it did before we upgraded to CC2019 13.1.2 (build 9).
I can’t reboot the software without having to reconfigure workspaces, then my project load times increase dramatically (4-10 minutes after reconfiguration, before reconfiguration, :30 or less to open)
Bryce Hoover commented
still broken on 13.1.2 (build 9) on PC.
Keith Dadey commented
Ditto on 13.0.2. It does not seem to matter how often I "Edit Workspace" to pull the default workspaces out of the Bar, and put mine back where I want them, the next time Premiere starts up, it resets the Bar to defaults.
Same problem Adobe CC Feb 2019 version.
"Save Changes to this Workspace" doesn't appear to be working for me in v13.02 (build 38) on Windows 10. "Save as New Workspace", labeling it the same name as my current workspace and overwriting worked for me.