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Photoshop 5.0 don't remember the path?

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When I save a file, photoshop 5.0 ask me for a path. Normal.
But the next time, it can't remember the path provided and
I have to specify it again... that's so tedious!
Have you experimented the same?
Any help?
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If you create "paths" in your image, and save these paths, by using the "paths" palette, they will remain within in your image permanently, or until you remove them.

You are being asked what path to use as a "clipping path" when you save as an EPS File, at least that's what I'm assuming from your question.

Are you using a "Clipping Path"?

If you rewrite an image in PShop and save, if it is an EPS you will always have a second dialogue box, that lets you specify the EPS settings-clipping paths, transfer functions, etc.

If you have more than one path, and you specify one to be your "clipping path", discard the unused paths before you save.That way when the "EPS Save dialogue box comes up, it will have only one path to choose from, as your clipping path, and will remain selected if you re-save your image again.


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You know.. I think I might have answered a different question!
When re-reading your question,I think I figured out that you were talking about "saving a file" on your hardrive and what directory path you want??

PC user right?

Are you talking about paths within Photoshop? Or File Directory paths?

If it's concerning File Directories, disregard the posted answer above...sorry.


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