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Sounds like you have the Watch Folders facility looking at a folder structure that includes your browser's file cache. Go to Preferences and turn off or adjust Watched Folders.
I see that I'm not the only one with this problem. Why would Adobe create such a feature as a default? Most people would rather this not be an automatic feature.
Now, I, as some others, found the 'Preferences' menue, but we seem to be having a hard time finding this "Watched Folder" thing. Can you enlighten us as to where this is in our Photoshop 3.0?
To turn off the Watch Folder, you would need to select the Preferences option in Edit Menu and then select Favorite folder from the list on the left.
Uncheck the option "Each time I launch Photoshop Album, notify me if this folder has recently changed".
Hope this helps,
Vibha, thank you very much for taking time to try to help. I think Jim Jutte also suggested what you did, and I have made the adjustments. Because of my concern over this matter however, I stopped using Adobe for my pictures. So I'm not sure if it will work.
What will let me know is when a friend e-mails me some pictures using Adobe Photohouse, and if it has the 'slideshow' feature with it. I will try it and that will no doubt show me if my adjustment worked. (Actually, I guess I could send myself some pictures to one of my own e-mails, and that would tell the story, huh?)
Nevertheless, thank you.
Indeed, just send it to yourself... :)