2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 15, 2018 2:39 PM by jane-e Branched to a new discussion.

    When in community photoshop I get asked to select a community for my post !

    Merlin3 Level 1

      Hi,

      things have changed here,

      I select photoshop forum, its a community it seems, I post a message and get asked to pick a community from a list before it will allow new thread to get posted, however why is that when I am already in the photoshop 'community' page, furthermore in the drop down list there is no photoshop to pick !

       

      photoshop sketch I see, something to do with an app, and an android,  but thats not photoshop., as in PC calibrated screen professional photoshop , wacom pen etc.

       

      I type in Adobe photoshop to that window and hit send.

       

      I cant see what happened to my post, except it said in red you are not allowed to edit this post.

       

      Merlin

        • 1. Re: When in community photoshop I get asked to select a community for my post !
          Rajashree Bhattacharya Adobe Employee

          Hi Steven,

           

          It is indeed a bit strange behaviour. Can you please share few screenshots regarding this? Please let us know if this happens in all browsers & also the operating system that you are using (version too)

           

          I will try to reproduce the issue once you update.

           

          Thanks

          Rajashree

          • 2. Re: When in community photoshop I get asked to select a community for my post !
            jane-e Adobe Community Professional

            Merlin3  wrote

            I cant see what happened to my post, except it said in red you are not allowed to edit this post.

            Merlin

            Hi Merlin,

             

             

            You posted twice on February 12, and they both landed in the Photoshop forum. Is that what you are asking about?

             

             

             

            One has a reply that you never responded to. You responded to the other, but not to the replies that came in after. You didn't mark anything "Correct" or say that you needed more info.

             

             

             

            • If you go to forums.adobe.com and click on your icon in the upper right, you can then click on Content or Activity to see what you have
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            • You can also go to the Photoshop forum to find previous posts.




             

            • A third way to find your post is to click the search box in the upper right and type in part of the name of your title, then pick it from the list. In this screen shot, it is second.

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