Adobe Photoshop Language Pack, free adobe photoshop language pack software downloads. Aug 17, 2013 How to change the Adobe Photoshop CS6 language to English Tutorial Change the language to english: 1. Go to Edit / Preferences / Interface and see if you. This is aimed at changing the language in Photoshop.in this case Photoshop CS6 Portable Version. Go to your adobe Photoshop folder >locales >en_US and click support files the click one time on the file named tw10428.dat so its hilighted right click it and rename it too instead of.dat put.'
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