I've been paying for / using Photoshop for many years (since way back to version 3 in 1996).
I don't use the Creative Cloud for saving files, and don't want to.
However, starting with version 23.1.1 whenever I create new file from an image I've copied to the PC's clipboard and then paste it into the blank PSD and Save, it now prompts me to save the file to the Creative Cloud.
The first time it popped-up (today) I made sure to put a check mark in the "Dont Show Again" box and chose "Save to your computer".
Yet it's still popping-up the "Save to Creative Cloud" prompt every time and still forcing me to make the extra step of choosing "On your computer" , every time. (Screenshot attached).
This is insanely annoying.
At first I thought hmmm... OK maybe just a glitch, so I shut down PhotoShop and restarted my PC. Problem still happens. I can't seem to find any way to change it in the settings.
Has anyone else encountering this bug? Know of a solution?
Hi everyone -- thanks for your feedback. We've updated the preference to more accurately reflect your expectations so that if you want to default to save locally, it will always only do that and no longer "upsell" with the dialog explaining the advantages of saving to the cloud. Please see the updated preference under Preferences > File Handling > Default File Location and you can choose "On your computer" for the local dialog to always appear when saving a new document. This updated experi...
Hi @Brian5FE7 , try the following 2 steps: 1. As noted from Jeff above, uncheck the "Default save to Creative Cloud" under Preferences > File Handling 2. Next, open a local file After that point, when you create a new document and then save, the local dialog should show up for you. When you uncheck the preference, the behavior then goes back to the previous where the dialog that shows up is based on the storage location you last opened or saved. Hope that helps.