WEB Can't save for web in cs3 on OS X

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  1. pkr

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    I recently started using cs3 on my mac and have noticed that I can save my work as a .psd, .jpeg or any of the other options under the File > Save As.. method, but under it (File > Save for Web & Devices) is grayed out. I was wondering if it's because I'm in a different color bit mode from what I've read... but how the hell do I change that? I'm so used to photoshop7 :wtc:
     
  2. Shampoo

    Shampoo Rinse & Repost

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    screenshot?
     
  3. pkr

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    32 BIT COLOR BITS NGA
     
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    Save for web vastly decreases the size of most images, especially PNGs. Just remember to remove the color profile from your images if you want to make sure they look the same across browsers.
     
  6. pkr

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    how the heck do i change it? :mad:
     
  7. pkr

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    wait it needs to be on 32bit or it IS and needs to be reduced? o_O
     
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    Not entirely sure but I think you can change it in Image > Mode > ....
     
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    image -> mode
     
  11. pkr

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    thx for all the help..

    turns out it wasn't in the original folder it was installed in. so i moved the contents into the applications CS3 folder and bam
     

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