Freedom Tower, Battery Park, 8.11.11 010-2lit
Freedom Tower, Battery Park, 8.11.jpg
and sometimes it removes the JPG... dont know why. and then the file becomes unreadable - the computer cant recognize it as a picture until i rename the file and add JPG.
Its on Windows 7 and CS5
There must be a solution for it... i cant believe Adobe will just leave this bug unsolved.
Open a PDF named "MyFile 11.20.2010.pdf"
File > Save As... > PNG
You get "MyFile 11.png"
I am a web, desktop, and mobile programmer. This is a bug. This is broken. Periods are valid characters in Windows file names. Truncating the filename at the first instance of a period is silly. The file extension only consists of the characters following the LAST period. If you don't believe me then view the above mentioned file in a folder that is set to hide file extensions. ".pdf" will disappear, leaving "MyFile 11.20.2010" visible. Please fix this.
It is extremely annoying and makes batch-saving files with dots in them impossible. Photoshop is the only application I have ever used or seen where this happens. This is not a feature and not determined by the OS and it has not been this way in former versions.
Please fix it.
This applies specifically to Adobe Acrobat Professional DC, but I expect this to apply to all products experiencing issues where the file name is cut off after the first period.
The solution to this is actually a windows explorer setting. Open up My Computer (or any Windows Explorer window) and hit alt to bring up the options menu. -> Tools -> Folder Options -> (Tab) View -> Uncheck "Hide Extensions for known file types" And, Done!
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