Today, for the first time in 15 years, I found that the Save For Web function is now changing the resolution of the image being saved to default ppi settings based on the quality settings of Low, Medium, High, Very High and Maximum. That means that if you want to save your image at a Maximum Quality, you are not able to save it at the World Wide Web image standard of 72 ppi. In essence, this issue makes the Save For Web function obsolete because an image set at Maximum will have a 300 ppi resolution and will appear much smaller on the web verses their apparent size at 72 ppi with the same pixel dimensions. While image resolution standards are changing for online applications, I HIGHLY recommend that this new resolution spectrum be returned to its original function of maintaining the base resolution of the source image being Saved For Web. This will allow the user to output the image for whatever application required.