File name and extension highlight when saving on macOS 10.15 Catalina

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Nov 14, 2019

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Hello. After last updates (Osx Catalina and CC 2020), when the save window appear, the focus, highlite, is on all the file name and extension instead only the filename. I suspect the issue is related to Catalina, but I ask if anyone has noticed the same thing. My working speed is affected and I would like to know if anyone has a solution to ensure that only the file name is highlighted (in save and export).
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I have no solution for the highlighting, but if you save the image the extension will be attached in the proper way. 

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File name and extension highlight when saving on macOS 10.15 Catalina

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Hello. After last updates (Osx Catalina and CC 2020), when the save window appear, the focus, highlite, is on all the file name and extension instead only the filename. I suspect the issue is related to Catalina, but I ask if anyone has noticed the same thing. My working speed is affected and I would like to know if anyone has a solution to ensure that only the file name is highlighted (in save and export).
Thank you

 

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I have no solution for the highlighting, but if you save the image the extension will be attached in the proper way. 

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I have no solution for the highlighting, but if you save the image the extension will be attached in the proper way. 

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Thanks. I just tested this out and you're right.

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True, but the primary issue here is the difficulty changing the file name, which means readding the correct extension so apps outside of Adobe can correctly open the file.

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same problem, here.

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I'm having the same problem as well. It's slowing down my work flow... And saving the file without the extension (typing over the extension) is not a good idea. I tested this out and some programs will not open an image without a typed file extension.

 

Additionally, has anyone noticed that the "paste" function will not work in the save window either? (on Mac Catalina, at least?) When I work with batches of files, some files will require the same name and not being able to use "paste" is slowing down my work flow... again.

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Never mind - typing OVER the extension will not solve the problem. While Photoshop may recognize the file, other programs may not load/open the image UNLESS the extension is typed out.

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I have this issue and just recently it's not highlighting anything with a new document when I click save. I have to highlight the file name (Untitled1, for example) and type it in. It used to be highlighted so I could just start typing. This is getting to be so very annoying! This all started with the Catalina update. They've been addressing this issue, it seems, with Photoshop somewhat - but not InDesign. Adobe - are you out there?

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