Photoshop: Save for Web: Safety Feedback / Exporting and Naming Files

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When exporting an image for web from a Photoshop project, the file handling window shows the .jpg file prenamed as the project name with capital letters, such as "ClientContent.jpg". This might be misleading making it look like the file browser is on the correct folder for the "Client Content" project. However, the file browser often is displaying the image folder for the last project, thus may be different set of images for another server. (I'm using the legacy export for web.) Using capital letters like this makes it look like the project. Thanks.
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So the combination of the file "prenamed" for the current project, but the file browser defaulting to another project at once is the confusing aspect, instead of defaulting to the current project's last saved folder. The user may toggle between web/Photoshop projects. Occasionally, the user might Cancel the save after browsing the folders. Old users and new users may have different expectations what they are used to.