Let's say I open a .CR2 file through Camera Raw into a document, and edit it a bit. The document name is the raw file name.
Now I go to File - Open... or File - Open Recent - ... menu and choose the same .CR2 file again.
How's it really supposed to work?
Other users: How does it work for you if you do this?
Personally I'd prefer the first of the two behaviors. If I want to open a new document from the file (implied by my choosing File - Open...) then I'd rather not have to save the document as a different name before opening the .CR2 file again.
It doesn't seem randomly intermittent, per se - if it's decided to be in the "make window current" mode doing it 10 times will yield the same thing - but I haven't noticed what triggers the difference in behavior.
Anyone have any insights as to what's up with this?
For me, on Mac, the second (or more) time I open an image from Bridge or from Photoshop's Recent menu, it opens the image in ACR (7.2) a second time and appends a -2 to the file name once opened in Photoshop. Each time the image is opened up again, it adds an appended -x number. I'm pretty sure this is the expected behavior...
Thanks, Jeff. Seems like a pretty minor buglet. I'll see if I can discover how it's triggered.