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When I use the command "Save image as . . . ", I am unable to navigate to the specific folder that I wish to place the image in. I can only put the file in the root directory of "Documents" or an external backup drive that I have hooked up.

I'm using the Firefox browser, but the same problem exists with Safari.

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That little blue arrow in the save as dialogue box will expand the dialogue and let you navigate to whatever folder you wish

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That little blue arrow in the save as dialogue box will expand the dialogue and let you navigate to whatever folder you wish
Hmm ..... this works, but I was able to navigate that when I selected a folder or a different drive, it "popped up" in its own window.

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That little blue arrow in the save as dialogue box will expand the dialogue and let you navigate to whatever folder you wish
Got the answer. Thanks.
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