Hello Adobe Forum!
I'm hoping to get enlightened on a problem I was faced in yesterday while working on a new document. I like to modify images I'm using in Photoshop and then add them to my InDesign documents. When I tried to do this yesterday, like I always do, I couldn't find the photoshoped image in the directory I saved it in. I went into Windows Explorer looking for the image, making sure I had saved it in the right place, and in fact I did. For whatever reason, when in InDesign, the photoshoped images are not appearing in the directory. Like I mentioned, I do this often so I do see old photoshoped images in there but not the ones I worked on yesterday. I re-started my PC when I left work yesterday but when I came in this morning, and tried to do this again, nothing had changed.
Anyone have an idea as to what's happening here?
Just tried that and it only recognizes the jpg which is un-edited....
Just thought I might throw this in here but Illustrator crashed on me yesterday and I was trying to recover a file. I had to turn the recovery setting on through the coding... do you think I messed something up?????
Ok, just replaced my preferences but it didn't make a difference I still can't see the files.
But! It turns out that I can find it in the dialog by name. I was using the wrong extension. It's still so weird though.... Anyway, thank you for your help!!
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