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I want to delete these photos from photoshop permanently

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Apr 13, 2020

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 I just want these bloody photos gone.......

 

I have included a screen shot from photoshop to show the files

 

Yes yes yes - I have tried right clicking and absolutely nothing happens

 

I have tried using bridge unsuccessfully.

 

I even tried looking under finder and it didn't show my drive so I can't delete that way either

 

Thank you

LueyD

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Correct answer by jane-e | Adobe Community Professional

What you are seeing is the files that have been recently opened on your computer. If you don't want to see them, you can:

  • Rename them, then click on them to try to reopen and they will disappear 
  • Go to Preferences > File Handling > and change the number of recent files to display to zero

~ Jane

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I want to delete these photos from photoshop permanently

Community Beginner ,
Apr 13, 2020

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 I just want these bloody photos gone.......

 

I have included a screen shot from photoshop to show the files

 

Yes yes yes - I have tried right clicking and absolutely nothing happens

 

I have tried using bridge unsuccessfully.

 

I even tried looking under finder and it didn't show my drive so I can't delete that way either

 

Thank you

LueyD

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by jane-e | Adobe Community Professional

What you are seeing is the files that have been recently opened on your computer. If you don't want to see them, you can:

  • Rename them, then click on them to try to reopen and they will disappear 
  • Go to Preferences > File Handling > and change the number of recent files to display to zero

~ Jane

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Hi

Try menu  File > Open Recent > Clear Recent File List

 

Dave

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Sorry, Dave, your reply must have come in while I was typing.

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Hello,

 

Dave and Jane thank you so very much - WOW. it worked - 1st time I have put a problem out here and IT WORKED

 

Have a great day!

 

LueyD

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You're welcome, Luey, and now you have three methods to choose from!

~ Jane

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omg thank you Dave! you're the best ever! I have been trying to figure this out for months. so a easy fix!

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What you are seeing is the files that have been recently opened on your computer. If you don't want to see them, you can:

  • Rename them, then click on them to try to reopen and they will disappear 
  • Go to Preferences > File Handling > and change the number of recent files to display to zero

~ Jane

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