Each time I open Photoshop CS2, I want to open a file from a particlular "default" folder. However, each time the Photoshop CS2 default FILE OPEN folder is in the area labled "Desktop".
I want to open a folder on a network drive each and every time I open a file. I have no problem manually clicking FILE then OPEN or OPEN AS but it's far too time consuming to always manually open all the folder paths to get to where I want. It takes perhaps a dozen clicks.
I don't see any settings to change the default file open path. OPEN RECENT won't work because that opens a file I've already opened. I need to open a file never before opened in Photoshop.
Currently I have to resort to creating a shortcut on my desktop to the remote folder, right click the file and open in Photoshop. But that seems such a cockeyed way to be forced to use a workaround.
Need help here. If you're absolutely certain there is no setting in Photoshop to do this, just let me know and you get the points after I wait a day for discussion.