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Wonderng if anyone else has had this issue. while worlking on some PSD files, and layers. I had a photo layer in which I was swapping out the image, flattening and saving the smart object, so it updates in the PSD. All good, did it a few times... then all of a sudden it starts opening my Smartobject layers in MS PAINT... not sure how to get it back to opeinng in PhotoShop? Anyone know what happened here, or fix?
Check your file associations in Windows settings ("default programs by file type").
File associations for PSD and PSB files are set to PhotoShop. Not sure what else to check against. But thank you for the response.
In MS paint what is the image's file extension. Smart objects can be crated from layers in which case the objects work file will be a *.PSB. Objects can also be placed Image files, like *.jpg, *.psd, *.tif, *.ai, *.svg. If you Uninstall a Photoshop version after you installed your newest version of Photoshop. Adobe uninstaller may wrongly change file associations it had changed when it install to what they were before it was installed. Even though a newer version has also changed them so now jpg and tif may be associated with paint. Never use Adobe un installer to remove old versions of photoshop.
Delete the smart object layer and link de image again (make it a smart object again, if necessary). Worked for me 😄
yeah - this helps sometimes 😄
Had the same problem...
I uninstall and reinstalled the Photoshop via the Adobe cloud 😁
Right click on smart object and click relink to file, then link it to your image.
Thanks! this is goood...