On closing, show the document named in the "Save before closing" dialog.

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After using Photoshop for a few hours I often end up with a bunch of unnamed and unsaved document tabs open that I've used to store little scraps, mockups, previous versions of the document etc. There are sometimes 15+ tabs called "Untitled-6" etc. So when I go to close Photoshop, it naturally asks "Save changes to Adobe Photoshop document "Untitled-6" before quitting?". 

Then it proceeds to cycle through the names of the documents and ask which ones I want to save. Great! The problem is though that I often have no idea what is on "Untitled-4" when it's asking. So I then have to close the dialog box and find "Untitled-4" in the list of tabs at the top and then make a decision about whether I want to save it or not. 

What I would really love is that if the document behind the "Save changes?" dialog box would match the document mentioned. i.e. Save changes to Adobe Photoshop document "Untitled-6" before quitting?" would actually show "Untitled-6" behind it instead of "Untitled-32". It would make it a lot easier to make a quick decision about whether to save or discard it. Show the matching document by focusing the corresponding tab behind the dialog box when closing Photoshop. At the moment it seems to just show whatever was next in the lineup of tabs.
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