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In Italy (we drive on the right side, you are from UK so you drive on the wrong - in facts the contrary of right is wrong) for some years roundabouts were to be traversed CLOCKWISE - which meant invading the opposite lane to access a roundabout.
Then the traffic laws changed to the intelligent way, roundabouts are to be traversed COUNTERCLOCKWISE so everybody stays on its own lane.
All right and good except that for 20 years elderly drivers took the roudabouts in the old ways and frontal collisions in roundabouts skyrocketed. Roundabouts have been the most dangerous road features in Italy for years and they still are in remote places where 90 years old drivers are common.
1) At intersections, when you're clear to go, GO FOR FLOCK'S SAKE!! We aren't patient, at all;
2) Careful in roundabouts to the smartaxes who will enter even when you're already inside;
3) Careful in roundabouts to the smartaxes who will accelerate from 100 meters away to enter the nanosecond before you do;
4) Careful in roundabouts to the smartaxes don't know how to drive and will flank you from either side, or stop their car inside the roundabout and then shift to the rear gear because they missed their exit;
5) Pedestrians can and will jump out of nowhere with or without pedestrian crossings;
6) Don't honk if not absolutely necessary and you aren't ready to fight for dear life.
Bonus: cyclists without mandatory lights and mandatory reflective jackets are the norm. Especially when it's dark. Even worse if they are 80+ years old and can't go straight even on a ing rail.
If you have the file still open, you should be able to overwrite it's contents. Of course, you do have to have opened it for writing. If you're trying to simultaneously open the file a second time for writing and change its contents.. well.. that way lies bugs, which is why you're not allowed to do such dumb things.
PhotoShop refuses to write to my NAS. I have to store locally, then move the file.
If your operating system has no problem writing to the NAS then but PhotoShop cannot... then I would suspect that PhotoShop is using its own SMB implementation. It may be attempting a SMBv1 connection[^] to your network storage device.
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.. I would suspect that PhotoShop is using its own SMB implementation
Photoshop doesn't have an SMB implementation built in, that'd be silly. More likely, is that the NAS is using ext3 and it's SMB implementation isn't mapping all the SMB features to the foreign filesystem (or the foreign filesystem can't support them). If Photoshop is using one of those SMB features, then it might indeed faila write, not because Photoshop is deficient, but rather because the NAS is deficient. I've had to debug that exact issue before, twice, albeit not with Photoshop.
No save as options? No way of copying it to the clipboard, and save it using MSPaint?
It's a bug btw, due to lack of understanding; if it had been tested to see if basic functionality is at least available, it would have been caught. What buggy, untested software are you using if "Save As" and copy to clipboard aren't even available?
You do know that there is a free, open OS that has some decent image-editors, also for free?
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