Photoshop: .psb image files: how do I delete those that auto-upload upon opening of CS6?

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Sounds l you have some recovery files opening from a crash or Photoshop not exiting correctly. If you close and choose to save/not save them, they shouldn't open again.
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But they do reopen every time even after I've installed the latest Mac OS.
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But do they open if you close them and choose not to save them?
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yes
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Have you tried restoring Photoshop's prefs? http://blogs.adobe.com/crawlspace/201...
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Here is the file name of one of the two files which both have a .pub extension. However, I can't locate these files on my HD.

_duoD034ED4B68E4A8C85FAE84E9ED5E27630B2.psb
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You have not answered any of my questions.
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I meant: .psb extension
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Lionel Biron

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That didn't work -- nthe large pics still pop up and now I've trashed my preferences. It's obvious you haven't encountered this problem before so I will simply live with it. Thank you.
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