CC 2019 - "Export as" is exporting to the last folder you exported to

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When you "export as", Photoshop will choose the last folder you exported to, not the folder where your PSD is saved, which 2018 did. Is that intentional?
It makes more sense to choose the folder you are working in, not the last one.
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Martin Verup Nielsen

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Fernando M. Alonso

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I have the same problem. And also PNG is set as default and I didn't found any option to change it to JPG. I have to change the format in every artboard one by one. It takes a lot of time...
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You can set the file type and other options in the menu below ‘Export as’. As I’m typing this on my iPad, I can’t tell you the exact name of that menu.
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Fernando M. Alonso

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If you talk about the Export preferences, I'm affraid it's only for the 'Quick export'. I changed the preferences from PNG to JPG, and it didn't work for the 'Export as' menu.
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Daniel Wiesendorf

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Same here. It doesn't keep the settings while working in the same file (always resetting to PNG), and it does keep the last folder exported to. Both are exactly the opposite of what I want and how it used to work.
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Rocco Tyndale

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Experiencing the same problem. 
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Rocco Tyndale

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Also, when exporting multiple items, _@2x, _@1x, _@mob, the effects don't scale. 
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Jo

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Also have this issue. Adobe, fix this.

Also, revert the constrict transform changes or add snap to to the transform from centre hotkey. Consider your userbase before making changes to a workflow that has been the same for the better part of a decade.