Care to elaborate?
Because files don’t change their location because they are closed in an application in my experience … but maybe I misunderstand Your problem.
I have two external hard drives.
On certain rare occasions a file is closed and it will go to
a previously opened but non-related folder. Several days
later, the file has mysteriously vanished or so I think.
As yet, I have no answer to this pre-empting files by a
previous folder issue.
Most times when I close a file I carefully check its destination.
Then one day while blindly trusting the Return key....pooooof.
I might mention that using Spotlight does not always help.
How do you bind a file to the folder from which it was most
What the …?
I think You may be wrong in the Feature Request-forum.
You may even be wrong in the Adobe-forums altogether, because quite frankly this kind of behaviour sounds like OS-trouble to me – why would an application move files around (not that I rule out that they could)?
But I’m curious to read if anyone else has an explanation for occurrences like that.
Here are your solutions Ed. Your wife or children are sneaking into your machine and michieviously deleting files. Your cat has learned how to play Tetris and has decided that a few old photoshop files are not going to help him.
Run Disk permissions and Cache cleans. Start from the OS disk and do any repairs from there. Spotlight in Panther was useless. Reliable as Macs are, running for years without issues - even they, once in a while, need bit of love
You know Ed's problem sounds crazily familiar. I think my cat's doing the same thing... eh.