If you are a regular user of one of the latest versions of Photoshop , you will have faced on many occasions a window that appears every time you open a photo and asks you for the RGB profile of the image . Although this is a feature that more seasoned users may appreciate, it can be more of a nuisance than a help to photo enthusiasts . There is a simple way to remove this warning message to speed up uploading of photos through program settings. We tell you step by step how to do it.
As we said, it is a simple adjustment that will take you a few seconds and that eliminates a window that has been included in the latest versions of Photoshop. It is a window that appears automatically every time we load a new image in the program, and that asks us for the RGB profile that the project will have. Although experienced users may find this pre-setting useful, most users will bypass this option without finding a utility in this window. To remove this previous message, the first thing we have to do is go to the upper area of the program. Among the options we are interested in the second, with the name "Edition".
The next step is to select the "Color Settings" menu , which is one of the last options on the list. By the way, if we want to quickly access this configuration we also have the keyboard shortcut Control + Shift + K. Once inside this window, we will see a good number of options available. The sections that interest us in this case are three characteristics that are marked by default, and that are placed at the end of the "Color management standards" box . These are the "Profile Differences" and "Profiles Missing" functions. In these two cases, the options "Ask when opening" and "Ask when pasting"they will be ticked by default. The way to get rid of the annoying window that asks for the color profile is to uncheck all these options. Then we click "Ok" and we continue using the program normally.
From now on, Photoshop will open the images without a previous window, and with the color space settings that we marked the last time by default. Undoubtedly, some simple steps to get rid of a window that can become quite annoying in normal use of this popular program. In fact, we can change the workspace at any time. We just have to reopen the "Edit" and "Color settings" menu and then manually select the desired settings. This configuration will open every time we work with an image.