seriously, guys, is it really that hard to set default save place to a folder, from which opened document comes from? instead of the last used folder with completely different work? who came up with such a brilliant idea?
why do you keep on making users' lives miserable in the most unexpected ways?
do you realise how much of trouble you're throwing upon users?
or, if it is somehow ms windows' fault, is it really that hard for adobe and microsoft to come up with the solution together?
I cannot see this behavior with my German InDesign 2021 version 184.108.40.206 on Windows 10.
However, what I can see is a bug in this direction if I open a previous version InDesign document with 220.127.116.11 that is first showing a Converted tag at the document window. And yes, this is a known bug:
InDesign 16.0 saves Converted files in last used folder, not containing folder Rich, Oct 21, 2020