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If exporting assets via the Export As dialog, and choosing multiple sizes as pictured, Photoshop is now (as of very recently) adding incremented numbers to saved files.

For instance, if I did this before, I would end up with:

icon-platter.png
icon-platter@2x.png

This is good. But NOW, I end up with:

icon-platter.png
icon-platter-1@2x.png

This is super annoying and blows up a process I've been using for a couple of years now.

I know this is a shot in the dark, but does anybody know of any setting or hack to make this stop happening?

I cannot fathom why adobe does these things. Drives me (and everyone else, I'm sure) crazy.

The Export As dialog

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Answering my own question.

At the moment of writing, you can fall back to the previous version of the Export dialog by changing a preference setting in PS.

Go to Preferences > Export, and down at the bottom there should be a checkbox option:

Use Legacy 'Export As'

Enable that, and that's it, it stops the dumb behavior.

As an aside: it also returns the ability to set a quality percentage for JPGs when exporting. The newer dialog only gives you Low/Medium/High etc, while the old one let you specify a number, like 70%. So, this solves that issue as well!

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