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Member Since: Dec 20, 2007
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I am currently running os 10.4

whenever i go to an app such as photoshop or ms word and click open it always opens from a documents folder and it use to remember the last folder i had opened a file from and use return to that folder when openinig another file... it's not really a problem but extra work to find the last folder visited everytime... could i of deleted a preference file ?

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