1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 20, 2014 11:52 AM by station_two

    Save as window size keeps going back to the default size. I need it to stay the size I set it at so I can read the end of the file name.

    Marc Straub

      .When I save a file in Photoshop, I save for web and devices. It gives you the first window which I always just hit enter. Then it gives you a second window to name the file and where to put it. The problem I’m having is that’s it’s not remembering I want the window bigger and I can’t see the whole name of the file. I need to see the end of the file name so I know what to save the next file as. I can scroll or make the window bigger again but that is too time consuming when I’m trying to do hundreds of them a day.

        • 1. Re: Save as window size keeps going back to the default size. I need it to stay the size I set it at so I can read the end of the file name.
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