I find that if I have a lot of documents open at the end of working on something (Usually 10+) that when I quit I often have images that I've started/altered or pasted something in that I might need later without saving. When I want to close Photoshop it pops up dialog boxes asking if I want to "Save changes to Adobe Photoshop Document Untitled-4.psd" before quitting. The problem that I have is that it doesn't switch to the tab that has "Untitled-4.psd" on it. It just shows the dialog box over some other random image, so I end up having to click "Cancel" then find "Untitled-4.psd" and check if I want to save it or not. What it should do instead is switch to the document listed on the dialog box so that we can check if we want to save it or not.
It's just a small usability issue, but it would greatly improve workflow at the end of a session. I'd prefer not to have to close and manually check 20 documents in a row when trying to close Photoshop.
Example 1: RackMultipart2016021159646rphz-4d785a30-8a66-420e-9907-6726bb4764b9-960759185.jpg
Example 2: RackMultipart2016021165691is4f-bab522ef-cf0b-40c9-bb80-ed4c12c499fc-1001656408.jpg
Both of those images are from the same session when I was trying to close Photoshop.