Hello to all.
I'm working with CS5 now and I mentioned the follwowing terrible fact: When I open a vector EPS in CS5 raster settings are always CMYK and 72dpi. I know very well that CS2 remembers my first type in of settings (e.g. grayscale and 300dpi) and use it also for upcoming EPS files during a session. CS5 settings are CMYK and 72dpi always... each EPS.
Hope somebody can help. I guess it is goofed up by Adobe, isn't it?
I can reproduce the behaviour in CS5 and CS6 on Mac.
But as I consider this pretty much irrelevant functionality I doubt that Adobe will invest programming time in recreating the previous bahviour.
May I ask what you need it for?
Several work-arounds seem feasible; Actions, Scripts, saving as ai instead of eps …
I know. Scripts, Actions, Image Processor are very helpful and in use but as an sleazy guy from time to time I'm also using drag and drop of a few files and in this case I mentioned it and tried to get an answer about its facts. That's all. Thanks for your information about CS6 as I thought about tryin it with the new version. This is not the end of the world, isn't it?
Thanks for your reply.
You could file a bug report or also post over at
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