Changing View Default in "Save As"

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robachx

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I'm running XP Pro with SP 2.

Whenever I work with my photos in any editing software and save the results, the "Save As" dialog box always opens with the "Thumbnail" view.

I prefer to use the "List" view but I have to change to that view every time.

I have gone to Explorer -> Tools -> Folder Options -> View and checked the "Do not cache thumbnails option.", but it only affects folders in Explorer.

Is there a way to make "List" the default in the "Save As" dialog?

Thank you.
 

robachx

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Body&Spirit said:
Go to the "View" menu to make your selection, "List"
As I said in my post:
" I prefer to use the "List" view but I have to change to that view every time."


I'm asking if there's a way to change the default from "Thumbnails" to "List".
 
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Hmmm

I presume from your response that it returned to Thumbnails.

Go into Tools/Folder Options/View and tick "Remember each folder's view settings"
 

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Body&Spirit said:
Hmmm

I presume from your response that it returned to Thumbnails.

Go into Tools/Folder Options/View and tick "Remember each folder's view settings"

I have already done that but it only affects the folders within Explorer. It has no affect on the "Save As" dialog in any of my photo editing programs.
 
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