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Keep crop sizes between different images

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Apr 16, 2020

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I process several images that will all be in one size (say, 8" x 12").  In older versions of Elements, when I opened the first image and set the crop size and resolution, Elements would "remember" that crop size and reslutin and once I finished processing and closed that image, when I open the next image the crop size and resolution would default to where I last had it (8" x 12" in this example). 

 

In Elements 20, it seems to "forget" the crop size and resolutoin after I close each image I process, and I keep having to reset the crop size and resolution every time I start to work on a new image.

Is there some way to make it "remember" what I was last using, like in the older Elements versions?

 

Same with the Quality setting when I "Save As" in JPEG.   

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Keep crop sizes between different images

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I process several images that will all be in one size (say, 8" x 12").  In older versions of Elements, when I opened the first image and set the crop size and resolution, Elements would "remember" that crop size and reslutin and once I finished processing and closed that image, when I open the next image the crop size and resolution would default to where I last had it (8" x 12" in this example). 

 

In Elements 20, it seems to "forget" the crop size and resolutoin after I close each image I process, and I keep having to reset the crop size and resolution every time I start to work on a new image.

Is there some way to make it "remember" what I was last using, like in the older Elements versions?

 

Same with the Quality setting when I "Save As" in JPEG.   

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1.   In Edit>Preferences>General (Ctrl+K), try turning off Enable Crop Pre-Selection.

2.   The Save jpeg settings should be sticky.

If that doesn't work for you try resetting the preferences file. Go to Edit>Preferences>General tab and click the Reset Preferences on next launch button.

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