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The new Save As is clunky and takes way to many steps to do a simple Save As. Is there any way to get rid of it and use the standard Windows one?
+1 on this, but for Mac in may case. The new Save As dialogue is, as you say, "clunky and takes way too many steps to do a simple Save As".
I wish software developers could stick to standards and not try to invent new stuff just for the sake of it. My workflow is significantly slower with DC than with previous versions, and that's not because I'm not used to the new looks and features. Please, Adobe, bring back the standard dialogue, or provide a way for us users to select which one we want.
Depending on what you want - turn off: Show online storage when opening files, Show online storage when saving files
Wow, thanks. Maybe that setting could get a more descriptive label, such as "Use standard Save As dialogue" or something. Whether the dialogue shows online stuff or not is, to me, a totally different issue.
Thanks for the feedback, I'll pass it on to the team.
Never thought that this is the point to deactivate. Please rename it. And make the normal Save as dialogue as standard. I NEVER save in the same folder, so I ALWAYS had to Change the folder. That was always one klick more … So happy to have this away now 🙂
THANK YOU SO MUCH - this has been driving me BONKERS. Why on Earth do they have the new extra step? Terrible! Thank you for the fix!
God, I hate how Adobe always tries to force us into their way of using someone else' operating system. These things always fail, and over the years, Acrobat is so hard to keep up with. Every new version looks so different from the previous one, and yet there aren't any real changes to the core functionality that 99.99% of people use. Then they throw roadblocks at us for trying to do something as simple as saving a document.
And while I'm at it, they need to fix integration with SharePoint. Opening a file, making a change, then hitting "Save" should just save right back from where I opened the file. It shouldn't go to my desktop because that breaks SharePoint functionality. It's the biggest problem I deal with every day. We'd use adobe stuff more, not less, if they'd just allow that simple thing.
Wow, thank you - I've just been putting up with that thing for ages. Finally annoyed one too many times and glad there's something that works! Don't know why that is the default.