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In a browser I can right click a photo in a Slate presentation and save it to disc, which is already surprising. But when I examine the saved JPEG in Bridge etc, none of its metadata is present. It was all there when it had been uploaded to Lightroom, and in LrMobile I can share the photo and choose how much metadata to include in the shared file. But Slate doesn't even embed the copyright info.
Why can't the default treatment in all Adobe apps be to preserve at least our copyright info ? Doesn't Adobe care about our IP as much as it cares about its own?