Save window file name AND extension are highlighted by default.
Before upgrading to Catalina, when I go to save a file or export the name of the file will be highlighted.
I can then tap the right arrow and the cursor (blinking line) will go to the end of the file name but BEFORE the file extension.
But after upgrading to Catalina, the file name AND the file extension are both highlighted by default so when pressing the arrow key, the cursor goes to the end AFTER the file extension.
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just updated to the M1 version. And the filename isn't highlighted at all...
the photoshop team have managed to fix this. Can you guys do it too. maybe they can teach you how they did it.
The file naming is broken- sometimes highlighted, sometimes not, sometimes no extension appears, sometimes the whole bar is highlighted. This is frustrating and really slowing me down. Big Sur 11.4, Indesign 16.3.1
Big Sur and ID for M1 -- the file name appears without the extension (like it's supposed to)
This frustrating, as it's an unnecessary change from the previous method. When one is appending filenames upon export or save, it's easiest to just tap the arrow once and start typing rather than arrow over multiple times from the end of the extension.
Roy R. commented
Yes, this is a strange and annoying "bug". Please fix.
This is still happening in Adobe apps 2021 - Big Sur 11.2... are you ever going to fix it, Apple?
This issue is still not addressed.
I just recently updated from Mojave to Catalina and this was the first issue I noticed. So unnecessarily frustrating to rename your Exports!
Have tested this on Big Sur too and it's the same problem.
I have this problem too, and it's with all my Adobe CC products. Very annoying
Dave Courtemanche commented
Has this issue been addressed with the 2020 update? Same bug in Photoshop & Illustrator. Total production killer.
This SO messes up my workflow. 20+ years of using Adobe apps on a Mac, and now this change? It is definitely a BUG, not a feature. Fix it, please, Adobe!