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Apply the preset to an image Modify the setting you would like changed in the preset Click the "+" sign under the presets window to create a new preset, or right click an existing preset and click "Update with current settings" If it is adding vignetting I would look at the Lens Corrections Develop module, as well as the Effects Develop module.
Assuming Windows OS, if you are comfortable editing your registry: open registry (using regedit command) navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\App Paths look for a key called "Photoshop.exe" if it is there, it will probably contain a path to CS5. Edit the entry and paste in the path to your CS6 executable if it is not ...
Apparently one solution is to have your computer lockup and have to hard reset causing LR4 to see CS6 upon startup. I'll leave this open for a more solid answer, preferably one that includes how to revert, or select, the version (or install) of PS that should be used in case I want to go back to an old version at some time.
Too late to try, but if it happens again, change the Navigator from "Fit" to Fill or 1:1 and back again.
My apologies to Dave, who provided a solid response to the question, however, not satisfied with a work-around, I continued searching. Thanks to some very kind advice from Rob Cole I was led to find: ListView by John Beardsworth. This is the Swiss Army Knife of Metadata export. My only regret is that I didn't find it sooner. It can export any and all ...
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