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I'm using 10.2.8 and do a lot of image editing in Photoshop 7. I have images all over the place and I want to be able to double-click them and have them open in PS 7. But, they always open in Preview. I don't want to delete Preview because it is handy for other things but how can I get images (especially tiffs which I never want opened in Preview) to open in PS without having to right click and "open with" them.
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Get info on a tiff. Check out the "Open With" portion of the get info window. Select Photoshop. Hit "Change All" to open all TIFFS with Photoshop.
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