4 Messages


120 Points

Mon, Jan 18, 2021 6:54 PM


Bring back the JPEG quality slider in Export As...

In the latest M1 Photoshop beta, the Export As... dialog shows 7 quality presets for JPEG rather than a percentage slider. This is an issue, as I'm often trying to get the best image quality under a specific file size, which the slider allows me to do. 7 presets are not enough options. Can a Custom option be added back in?


Adobe Administrator


287 Messages


3.7K Points

6 m ago

Thanks for the note; the slider removal was intentional. I can move this over to the main Photoshop forum as a feature request and it will be counted as a 'put it back'.

3 Messages


80 Points

2 m ago

Someone has replaced the percentage slider in the “Export as” JPEG option with a list of words. 

Is this a broken build, or was the change intentionally rolled out? More importantly, how do I get the proper feature back?


Note: This comment was created from a merged conversation originally titled “Export as” JPEG quality percentage slider replaced by list of words

1 Message


60 Points

1 m ago

Good grief Adobe. The slider was one of the my most used tools for the chore of exporting to precise file sizes. This is daft. At least give us a 'legacy' preference.

10 Messages


162 Points

6 d ago

I would like to have the option to have the slide back as well. Cant believe it's been dumbed down like this. Isnt Photoshop a professional software?!?