Photoshop: status bar display change when go to 32-bit/channel

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On right-facing triangle toward the bottom left-hand corner of your image window I have Document, but when I convert a image to 32-bit/channel it automatic change to 32-bit exposure. I have to manual change back to profile this is very annoying when you run batch that converts to 32-bit and back.
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Chris Cox

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You mean when the status bar changes to show the exposure slider in 32 bit/channel mode? Yeah, that bugs me, too. It's useful, but shouldn't be automatic.
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Hmm. One way to potentially get around it in the future would be to make that menu accessible and recordable with "Insert Menu Item..."
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This also happens when applying HDR-toning (This script using 32-bit mode?)

http://img813.imageshack.us/img813/19...

I can't find any javascript command to change back, scriptlistener gives me nothing.

Is it changed with photoshop CS 5.5?
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Yeah. Anytime the file becomes 32bit, it will auto-flip the status bar. Unfortunately, there's no JavaScript for it (it doesn't record and action step - and no way to insert menu item).

There is no Photoshop CS5.5 so nothings changed: http://phtshp.us/5_5_Faq

It may be something we can change in the future.