Recently when I perform a "Save As" or "Save A Copy" in Photoshop, it adds a -Edit to my filename. This is new and has never happened with previous versions. I have not changed my workflow. Prior to the recent update, I could export from LR classic into PS by selecting "Edit in Adobe Photoshop." I would then make my my edits in PS, flatten the image and then use the "Save As" command to save the file to the directory location I desired (not the same directory as the original raw file). When I do this with the latest version of photoshop, -Edit is automatically added to the end of my file name. I am performing the same steps that I have always performed: export from LR, edit in photoshop, and then select Save As. Previously, there was no -Edit. How to I get rid of this "-Edit" extension without having to manually delete it? I tried to change my export settings in PS to uncheck the "Save As to Original Folder" thinking it had something to do with LR classics catalog pointing to the directory of the raw file. However, that feature doesn't do anything different regardless if the box is checked or not. In fact, it pulls up the last directory accessed regardless if the box is checked or not (completely separate issue than I described above). Thank you for your help.