Everything seems to be working fine until I try to close Photoshop at the end of a session.
I get the message "save changes to the Adobe Photoshop document "" before quitting"
I tried to save the non existant document and now get a message telling me that the document is being saved in the background, Photoshop will quit after saving has completed.
This seems to take forever to complete.
I tried creating a new file 100px X100px and tried to save it and now see the
Adobe Photoshop CC 2017 has stopped working message.
Upon restarting Photoshop it seems to work as expected and closed down properly.
This is the third time today I have had this problem so it seems like time to see if anyone can offer some help
I'm on Windows 10.
I might not have explained things properly.
I have saved any open files as usual and there are no files open.
I then try to close Photoshop and get the message.
The double quotes, to me, indicate that there is no file to close which I already know.
It happened again yesterday.
Thanks for your help
I also have the same issue as described above.
For every file I change I'm prompted to save the file and then a file with no name - "".
Tried restore preferences, no difference.
Running W7 64-bit.
Edit: Also noticed that it now takes 4-5 seconds to close the application when previously (prior to 2017.1) it took no time at all.
I went into preferences - File Handling and unchecked "Save in Background" and Automatically save Recovery Information Every". I still have the same dialog box pop up, however when I click on "No" I'm able to quit the program without having to force a quit using Cntrl alt Delete.
In case it is relevant, I usually have about 3 files open at a time, occasionally up to about six.