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Photoshop 4.0 keep saving my GIF's with the extension in uppercase (i.e image.GIF) Is there a way of making it always save the GIF's with a lowercase extension automatically  (i.e image.gif) without typing manually?
Help much appreciated
Thanx
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by:davejenkins
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Homer,

Doh!  I am frustrated by the very same quirk.  I have searched high and low through the documentation, but cannot find any hints on how to change this default.  Let me know if you find anything!



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There is no way to do it.

Sorry.
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by:davejenkins
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well,

wait a minute.  Does that count as an answer?  DOH!
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That is the answer. Now, whether it should be considered as an answer is for you to decide...

;-)

(If you want to go all out, contact Adobe and request that they fix the problem with a patch or in future releases).
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Cheers anyway
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