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When I clikc new "save as" ( Who came up with this idea should burn in hell), it goes to a last folder where I saved Jpg, BUT NOT THE CURRENT PSD. No sense.
I have strong feeling that NOBODY tests adobe products before releases.
And look at description, Update which fixes bugs of previous update of previous update etc etc etc
Come on. Hire a few good programmers and one manager with brain.
Maybe you should check the countless threads on this matter on this forum before sounding off. You’ll discover it's an issue caused by Apple not Adobe.
When I clikc new "save as" ... it goes to a last folder where I saved Jpg, BUT NOT THE CURRENT PSD.
Can you explain what you mean a bit more? Perhaps give us some steps to follow?
This terrific step-by-step YouTube tutorial explains when to use and the differences between Save, Save As, Save a Copy and Export As:
I found your comment, I know it is not Apple, that is just a way to say that Apple is not good. It is actually Adobe, I dont have any problems like this with other programs that I use. I want to save my files direclty to the desktop but I cant. It chooses folders that I dont want to save in. I have the same problem when I use a PC, I cant save direclty to the desktop. In older versions of Photoshop, I was able to save direclty to the desktop. Then this past year I ge this new Adobe Photoshop and end up with a long process of saving if I dont have a folder on the desktop. Then the option to save as a .jpg is under export as, then I have to navigate to that folder. If I forget to create a folder then I have to create one on the desktop then navigate to that folder in export as. If I create a foler in export as, then I end up having to create that folder in a different folder. Then when I finish saving, I have to find that folder and place it on the desktop. I have this same problem with my PC MS Windows... There are allot of other problems with the saving issue. Its not Apple or MS Windows, it is Adobe. I use both...
I can save to my desktop just fine, and I haven't heard of this anywhere else either, so I don't know what the problem is. But if I had to guess, I'd say it's a permissions issue in your user account. That's your operating system, not Photoshop.