This is kind of tedious fix for the random appearing Looks import from previous versions of Luminar to Luminar AI. This is only for a PC running windows. I don’t know what the folders are in a MAC, but should be something similar and whatever app is equivalent to Notepad in Windows. I have seen others complaining about the naming structure of the Looks and likewise, I like mine a little more organized and can’t always remember the specific name of a Look, but know what group it was in.
The fix has to be done for each of the groups and saved using Notepad. DO NOT edit any other lines than what is shown or you could have undesirable results when using the Looks in the Templates of Luminar AI.
I am just going to use the “Magical Forests by Albert Dros” as an example, but it will be the same procedure for all files that you want to have organized.
This is what the templates look like before making the change under the Legacy section of the templates:
This is what it looks like after:
To make this change follow these steps. When done, restart Luminar AI and go to your Templates, The start on the right side, and then Legacy.
- Open “This PC” and navigate to “C:\Users\"YOURUSERNAMEHERE"\AppData\Roaming\Luminar AI\Data\Templates\Legacy” Make sure to subsitute your user name, ie. John, Family, etc. where it says "YOURUSERNAMEHERE" without the quotes.
- You should see something similar to this:
- Remember the name of the set of Looks that you want the name of. In this case it is Magical Forests. Open that folder.
- You now will have some folders similar to this. Each folder will have to be opened one at a time. In that folder will be a file called “template.lmp”. This is the file that will have to be edited.
- Right click on “template.lmp” and choose “Open With”. To make life easier, check “Always use this app to open .lmp files”. If Notepad is not showing as an option, click on “More apps” and scroll down to “Notepad”. After doing this the first time, you will be able to just double click on the “template.lmp” to open it.
- A script file will open. Scroll clear to the end and you will see some lines like this. Notice the highlighted line. This is the one that you will need to change.
- In this case we are going to add “Magical Forests” without the quotes.
- Go up to top right corner of Notepad and click on the “X” to close Notepad. Click on “Save”.
- Do steps 4 through 8 for each of the folders in step 4.
- This will have to be done for each of the groups of Looks in step 2. This is a long and tedious process, but the end result, you will know which of the looks are in each group. I experimented with several procedures, but this was the only one that I could come up with.
Hope this is of help to some.
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