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    My Adobe Photoshop is missing the save files like .jpg, .bmp, .png, .tga. How can I fix this? I updated the photoshop to.

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    What? You mean the associations? (double click the file, opens photoshop)

    Is that what you want?

    If that's what your looking for, go through photoshop's options... I'd hope they'd put that in there.
    If not, re-install. Then you chose what opens in photoshop and what opens in image ready.
    http://www.guidebookgallery.org/apps...leassociations
    look at the bottom for the screen you need. (I hope)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Volvogga View Post
    What? You mean the associations? (double click the file, opens photoshop)

    Is that what you want?

    If that's what your looking for, go through photoshop's options... I'd hope they'd put that in there.
    If not, re-install. Then you chose what opens in photoshop and what opens in image ready.
    http://www.guidebookgallery.org/apps...leassociations
    look at the bottom for the screen you need. (I hope)
    Do you have one for AdobePhoho shop CS3?

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    No.

    I can give you this though. It seems this is a pretty common problem. Must be a glitchy installer.


    Michael A Goodman - 5:54pm Jun 1, 07 PST (#5 of 6)
    I was able to solve the problem a different way. I went to Settings / Add/remove programs, and "repaired" Photoshop. It let me select the file associations there, and then "re-installed."

    Now it works just the way it's supposed to. I'd like to think there's a better way, because that seems like overkill, but at least that problem is now solved.

    Thanks for your help, Aloalo. I didn't get to your solution until I'd solved it "the long way."
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    I also see that there should be a file association editor in Adobe Bridge CS3. I'm not sure if you get that though without buying the whole creative suite.
    Vol~

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    Thanks for the info Vol. ^^

 

 

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