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Mike Sussman
changing default "Save for Web" settings
on Jan 20, 2009 at 7:10:54 pm

Whenever I save my images as Save for Web (Optimized) it adds dashes and/or underscores to the file name, even if I take them out. From the Save for Web dialog I clicked on Edit Output Settings and see many options for adding dashes and underscores to backgrounds ,and slices, and etc. I've changed most of them to "none" and I still keep getting these annoying dashes in the output file names.

On other computers I've somehow got this set to just output "this file name.psd" as "this file name.jpg" instead of "this-file-name.jpg", but I can't figure out how I accomplished that. How do I get that working the way I want, with no dashes added automatically?

P.S. I never outout slices anymore so I'm only talking about single file outputs and I don't need any HTML code either... just the optimized jpg file.


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Shandy Elliott
Re: changing default "Save for Web" settings
on Dec 8, 2009 at 6:07:38 pm

I know this post is old, but in case you never found the answer, try un-checking the box for "Unix" under the Filename Compatibility (under Edit Output Settings/Saving Files).


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