When I drag the icon of an image file from the most recent Pages onto my Photoshop CS5 icon in the dock, a previous document of the same name will open. For example, the Pages client has named their file, or been allocated the generic title, 'Image1.png'.
Photoshop then opens the last file called 'Image1.png' from a few days previous.
I have quit and reopened Photoshop. I have purged 'All' under the edit menu. I have run 'Disk Doctor' app to flush the caches.
It may well be reset if I restart my MacBook Pro (2012) but I would rather not do that every time.
Any suggestions, Team?
Me again. I can drag it to the desktop and then drag that to the Photoshop icon, but that's leaving me lots of extra files around.
Try to reset your app it may solve your problem:
Press and hold Alt+Control+Shift (Windows) or Option+Command+Shift (Mac OS) as you start Photoshop.
In widows, Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift after pressing to open the software immediately.
It will prompt you to delete the setting file, Press Yes.
Thanks, Omar, but that didn't do it.
Might well be a glitch between new and old software.
I have a workaround so am not going to spend too much time on the problem.
If it persists should I upgrade to Photoshop CC, I will get back to you.