PS CS: Why Does JPEG "Format Options" Sometimes Default to Progressive?

RN
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Robert_Nichols
Jun 23, 2004
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For reasons I have been unable to fathom, the JPEG Options Dialog box often presents with Progressive selected in Format Options, even though I always change the choice to Baseline ("Standard") before I save as a JPEG. This is in Photoshop CS, and occurs frequently, but not every time I open Photoshop.

I realize this cannot be by design, but I have been unable to (a) understand why it is happening, and (b)find a setting to change the default behavior. I have searched the FAQ, Adobe forums, PS Help, the User Guide and Google and remain ignorant.

Bob N.

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Mick_Murphy
Jun 23, 2004
Have you been using any scripts that save as jpeg? I’ll elaborate if your answer is yes.
RN
Robert_Nichols
Jun 23, 2004
No, I’ve used no scripts.

Bob N.

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