I reluctantly upgraded to Mavericks, initially over fears about my old Adobe CS4 functionality stopping to work. Thankfully, it didn't, but I'm so annoyed by the change in functionality to both Preview and TextEdit as a result of the removal of the "Save as..." command. I can't imagine what anyone thought could be the advantage to removing this most basic of all commands. How else does one change the name of a file? The "re-name" command does not work. How else does one change the file format? I invented a workaround, but it involves four or five steps instead of one! How absurd that complicated workarounds are needed for something that used to be so simple...
Also it's annoying that .psd was removed from the available file formats in Preview, now the only lossless format is .tiff [annoying, especially, since it should properly be .tif].
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What type of document are you trying to 'save as...' within preview?
I'm 'preview'ing a PDF and when I hit <Cmd><Shift>S, which is labeled 'Duplicate' in the menu, it creates another instance of the file I'm viewing. Then, when attempting to save with <Cmd>S, I'm prompted with the usual 'Save …
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Oh, I thought, when you said "I invented a workaround, but it involves four or five steps instead of one!," that you missed the obvious (to me) way that Apple changed the 'Save As...' functionality (which is really only two steps, at most.)
Sorry to have wasted your time.
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