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I'd like to do away with "yesterday" and "previous 30 days" when choosing files to open in Elements 18...can I?

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when I'm looking to open files, I don't want to be directed to files from yesterday or past 30 days, can I eliminate that?

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I'd like to do away with "yesterday" and "previous 30 days" when choosing files to open in Elements 18...can I?

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when I'm looking to open files, I don't want to be directed to files from yesterday or past 30 days, can I eliminate that?

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Hi RaySull,

This is a in-application feature to allow easy access of recent used files in Photoshop Elements. However, I am not sure which particular section of the application are you referring to. Could you please provide us a screenshot of the Elements showing the "Yesterday" and "Last 30 days" section?

Thanks,

Akash

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Thanks for providing the screenshot. This is a operating system feature and Photoshop is only fetching the files from that menu.

What might help is sorting and un-grouping the list in a different form.

Simplest way is to set is to group by none:

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You may also do the following:

  • The regular click of the button or the menu is Arrangement.
  • Hold down option and select the button or menu and you get Sort options.
  • Set the arrangement to none and the Sort to Date Modified.

~Akash

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