Add "Limit File Size to:" functionality to Photoshop export process

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In the new Photoshop export process, it would be nice if you could borrow the "Limit file Size to:" functionality from Lightroom's export..

When exporting for certain uses, many sites limit the size of the JPG they will accept (like limited to 25 MB), which makes exporting photos from large sensor cameras quite painful when exporting from Photoshop.

It can take some serious fiddling with quality settings and checking the resulting file to finally get the right size from an export. It would be nice if Photoshop's export would learn what Lightroom already does.
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While you are at that, other pieces of the Lightroom export process are worth looking at.

Such as the ability to save Export Presets and file-naming..
The one-click exports via Presets in Lightroom are a great time-saver when you need something exported multiple times for various online needs with very disparate rules.

Of course, the current workaround is to save from Photoshop and export final image from Lightroom.. Which not everyone has, and which both should be unnecessary and seems quite silly for something as powerful as Photoshop. :-)