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Images in file stack automatically revert back to cover photo when stack library is closed

Explorer ,
Aug 22, 2023 Aug 22, 2023

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I am editing an image in CC and had to import it into PS to make some changes. I save the file, which imports it back into CC, and it puts a number "2" at the top of the file. Upon opening the file by clicking on the "2" it opens a film strip at the bottom of the page to show both images. I now have two files, the raw and the new tif created by PS. I opened the raw file, and clicked info to check and make sure I selected the correct file. Upon doing this, I noticed it kept automatically changing the file I had selected to the tif file. So there's no way for me to check the file info without CC automatically changing the selection to the tif file. The tif file is currently selected as the cover file.

Also, simply closing the film strip at the bottom of the page that shows which file is selected, automatically reverts the selection back to the tif file as well.

I tried changing the stack cover photo from the tif to the raw file, and now the opposite happens. Closing the film strip at the bottom of the page, or pressing the info button now causes the file to revert to the cover photo. So apparently the issue is that closing the film strip or checking the file info will automatically change whatever file you are editing to the cover file. I am able to edit the photo I selected, so long as I don't do either of these two actions.

I am on PC, windows 11, fully updated, CC ver. 6.5

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Adobe Employee ,
Aug 23, 2023 Aug 23, 2023

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I am not able to replicate what you are seeing. 

 

Perhaps you could demonstrate with a video file?

 

Rikk Flohr - Customer Advocacy: Adobe Photography Products

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Explorer ,
Aug 25, 2023 Aug 25, 2023

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Thank you Rikk, I can try to capture it on a video file. Can you recommend a program for recording my desktop so I can make the video?

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Aug 25, 2023 Aug 25, 2023

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A lot of folks use their phone to record the video. 

MS has screen recording capabilities built in: Windows key+Alt+R 

Rikk Flohr - Customer Advocacy: Adobe Photography Products

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