windows remembering the last folder you were in?!?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Music, Pictures and Video' started by Zues, Jan 8, 2007.

  1. Zues

    Zues Guest

    Hello, the other day i was saving pictures from my webpage that i have setup
    to my pc, they are mostly JPEG's and some Bitmap files. I had created a
    folder called swimming for my kids, and every time i saved a file or "save
    picture as" on a pic it would remember the folder i was saving it to, but
    today that all changed! :0( i have go to into 5 different folders to get to
    the correct one to save it in, and frankly its a hastle. Its as if windows
    doesnt remember the last folder i was in when i was saving the pics. I don't
    know if it is some setting i played around with but i would like to know how
    to change that back. It must be some setting i changed please help!:) thx
     
    Zues, Jan 8, 2007
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    mikeyhsd Guest

    if you went to some other folder and shut the program down with that folder in focus it got changed.
    simply run the program again, go to the desired folder and with that folder in focus, shut the program down.







    Hello, the other day i was saving pictures from my webpage that i have setup
    to my pc, they are mostly JPEG's and some Bitmap files. I had created a
    folder called swimming for my kids, and every time i saved a file or "save
    picture as" on a pic it would remember the folder i was saving it to, but
    today that all changed! :0( i have go to into 5 different folders to get to
    the correct one to save it in, and frankly its a hastle. Its as if windows
    doesnt remember the last folder i was in when i was saving the pics. I don't
    know if it is some setting i played around with but i would like to know how
    to change that back. It must be some setting i changed please help!:) thx
     
    mikeyhsd, Jan 8, 2007
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  3. Zues

    mxh Guest

    It doesn't seem to work that way with 'Save Picture As'. See my response to
    zues (think he meant "zeus"?) in a later thread.

    mxh
     
    mxh, Jan 11, 2007
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