Does it make any difference if your using the application frame and/or floating document windows?
Is photoshop cs6 have the latest updates installed?
(Help>Updates from within photoshop cs6)
It doesn't, sadly. For those screen shots, I was using floating document windows.
I checked for updates, and nothing for PS came up.
Thank you for your reply!
The proxy image is still there, and hasn't changed.
My guess is that you have the application frame on in one version, and off in the other.
Hi Chris, Thanks for the input. Can you pls explain to me what I should do then? I'm not sure I'm understanding the problem you cited.
Look at the Window - Application Frame menu item in Photoshop.
Just to be sure... Did you Quit Photoshop and restart it after making that change?
Noel, Just tried that. No difference.
Thanks, btw, for your help, everyone.
I had a chance today to try photoshop cs6 13.0.5 on an mac os x 10.6.8 system and i still saw the
document window icon after saving. No application frame with floating document windows.
just opened nef and jpeg files
after some manipulation and saving
I wonder if your seeing something caused by the missing icon thing some people have reported with photoshop cs6 on mac os.
Could you pls. elaborate? An OS thing?
I think it's hopeful that you haven't had the same results as me. However, I did just test on my co-worker's computer, and her proxy icons disappear after saving too.
I should probably let Chris Cox comment on that.
Hello, what format are you saving to? Any specifics? Local save, 8/16 bits...
Local save & also to servers.
Interesting point. I tested a few formats to begin with.
Icon disappears upon saving with:
Icon stays upon saving with:
I didn't change any settings--used defaults--for all of these. Not sure if that answers your question. Let me know if screen shots need to be bigger.
Interesting study, but in the end, my work requires .jpg & .psd.
Does any of this info help?
Could you post a screenshot of your File Handling settings under Photoshop>Preferences>File Handling?
Also, you might post the screenshots at fullsize so it's easier for people to see.