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How to access Preferences
One way to access the Preferences window is from the File menu (Windows) or the PaletteApp menu (macOS).
You may also access the Preferences window by pressing the shortcut Control+Comma (Windows) or Command+Comma (macOS).
The Preferences window is shown below. A shaded box indicates the following preference is on.
Options in the Preferences window
Launch at startup
Open PaletteApp when you start your computer.
Close to system tray/menu bar
Closing the PaletteApp window will hide it from view, but keep the app running in the system tray (Windows) or menu bar (macOS). Keyboard shortcuts will still quit the app.
Show notification panel
Notifications will be shown/not shown. Select reset to quickly re-center the notification panel on your primary monitor.
Show live value updates
Where supported, the notification panel will show live values for the current tool or adjustment. For example, the notification panel will show your brush diameter, measured in pixels, as you use the brush size function in Photoshop CC.
Optimized for performance
Check this to disable in-app animations. If you disable this preference, PaletteApp will animate your module interactions in real-time.
Automatic Profile Switching
When this option is on, PaletteApp will detect which app you're using and switch to a corresponding profile if one is available.
Skip profiles of other applications
When switching profiles with Palette profile switching buttons, this preference will skip profiles types that do not match with your current profile. For example: if you have a Lightroom profile open, Palette profile switching will skip any non-Lightroom profiles. This preference is also displayed when assigning a button or dial to switch profiles.