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sdm1177

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  1. Old Bruce, thanks for the suggestion. After taking a look at that, it doesn't look like I'll be able to use it primarily because the smaller image has a slightly different name.
  2. I do a lot of photo updates (for a family website), then save it in two different sizes (one size for a hover-over pop-up, and one for a full-size view on click). On the Photo 1 Export Settings (Ctrl+Shift+Alt+S) dialog box, the initially selected field is the Width field (there were tabs across the top for "file type"). On the new Photo 2 Export Settings dialog box, the File type is the initially selected field, and one must tab twice to the Width field. Not a bid deal, just an adjustment. I know the world doesn't revolve around me, but it seems that dimensions might / would(?) be a more frequently changed field rather than File Type - I could obviously be mistaken. Unless this "first field selected" is a setting somewhere that I can't find... Thanks.
  3. David, I stated in my original post "Clicking off / unselecting the image, the color change does not happen." So thank you for the feedback, but I am aware of that. The point of my report was that after selecting a TEXT TOOL, if I change the color, it should apply to the TEXT TOOL, not to the entire image. When I posted about this in the Community Forum, it was suggested that I report it as a bug - so I did.
  4. I started searching for this issue, but there were too many results to find if this was already reported / asked. I did ask and the community suggested I open a ticket about it. I did this: Ctrl+Alt+Shift+N for a new image from clipboard > Select Frame Text Tool > Select a color from the Font Color palette from the ribbon. With the new image still "selected" (from the New action), clicking the Font Color on the ribbon appears to change the Channel color (or overlay color, or something [I'm sorry, I'm not sure what to call it]), not the Font Color in preparation of typing text. Clicking off / unselecting the image, the color change does not happen. It only happens if the image is left selected from the New action. But I would think that clicking the Font Color button wouldn't effect the entire image like that. It appears something is awry as selecting the Font color should not have this result on the whole image (IMO).
  5. Thanks for the response. Yes, the image / image layer IS still selected. But it just seemed odd to me that clicking on the Text Tool color selector changes the channel color. PS: I just "fixed" the accidental coloring with an undo. 🙂 But thanks for the other workaround too.
  6. I started searching for this issue, but there were too many results to find if this was already reported / asked. I did this: Ctrl+Alt+Shift+N for a new image from clipboard > Select Frame Text Tool > Select a color from the Font Color palette from the ribbon. With the new image still "selected" (from the New action), clicking the Font Color on the ribbon appears to change the Channel color (or overlay color, or something [I'm sorry, I'm not sure what to call it]), not the Font Color in preparation of typing text. Clicking off / unselecting the image, the color change does not happen. It only happens if the image is left selected from the New action. But I would think that clicking the Font Color button wouldn't effect the entire image like that. I'm not saying something is wrong, just want to confirm if this is acting the way it is expected. Thanks.
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