When saving a psd file I can no longer save in "compatibility mode". I'm using a Mac computer with OSX (version 10.8.3) and Photoshop CS6 (version 13.1.2 x64). I just noticed this problem tonight when I tried to bring a psd file into a MUSE project. Now whenever I save a PSD file the menu that asks if I want to save in compatibility mode doesn't appear (it just saves the file). I've reset the preferences and restarted my computer but Photoshop still doesn't give me a compatibility mode option when saving a PSD file.
I tried that and it works sometimes but it's not a real solution. I'm trying to save a project right now and it's not giving me the compatibility mode option (even after resetting the warnings). I suspect there's some bug somewhere being triggered by whatever I'm doing to my project before I attempt to save my psd file. This is extremely frustrating...
I'm saving multi layered files (not files with only a background layer) for import into Adobe Muse (normal, roll over, mouse down and active layers). My file handling for "Maximize PSD and PSB file compatibility" is set to ask but I did try changing to always when I started having issues and it didn't change anything. I'm pretty experienced with Photoshop so I've tried the obvious solutions. So far my only fix is to start my project form scratch and I'll be able to save the file correctly. I really think I've triggered a bug at some point in creating my project (changing the image size or something along those lines) because it doesn't always happen.
Thanks for the suggestion, conroy.