So today I usually save my jpegs using the "save as" button but the problem that many people had throughout the years has shown up for me. None of the Jpeg or other file options appear in the pulldown menu!
I've already changed the image modes to the minimum setting. My canvas is at 1920 x 1080 with 72 dpi at an 8-bit channel in RGB color. Yet still, nothing! I even went back to an old PS file that had the ability to export the jpegs but that did not work either.
I saved an image as a jpeg before PS updated today so I'm not sure if this bug is from that but this is a little inconvenient for me.
So I'm at a loss here. Is there another option that I need to change? I'd rather not take the extra steps and go to the "export" button and pulldown menu when everything was working fine just a moment ago.
That the new stupit Adobe change if you have layers in the active document you now need to use save a copy to save a jpeg. Save a Copy may add " copy" to the file name you can remove that before committing the Save a Copy
So in you opinion its OK that Adobe is as stupid as Apple. Adobe disrupting their Windows Customers productivity because Apple impact Adobe's Mac users. IMO that is not the way to treat your customers. I could care less about Apple Mac I give up on mac in the 90 ties I had a $10,000 Mac G5 with SCSI drives apple OS9 and an annoying round hockey puck one button mouse with a stiff USB cable that would spin the mouse on its ball. Never know which way cursor would move or how long OS9 would work. When Steve got back to Apple he through out the IBM Poser PC and Apple OS in favor of Intel and a Unix type OS like he used at NextStep. Now Apple is doing the M1 thing changing its OS. When will the M1 Mac get IOS Apple is in the Mobile computing business. iPad Photoshop. Will Adobe then force a tablet UI on the Wibdows users?
This is not the first tine Adobe has done something stupid in Photoshop 2021 do you remember the the Line tool in 22.0 it still not as good as the Old like too where arrow heads were set relative to line weigh. Adobe wants to support a 0 line weight. That is ok with me a 0 lime weight means 0 arrow heads. Having Arrow set relative to resolution and ruler units means for every line weight you to see different arrowhead setting to so your arrow heads will has the sames aspect ratio and a size appropriate for the line weight. Adobe need to do better by their customers.