I have tried several times now to get into the habit of using something like On1 for enhancing photos rather than my usual go-to Photoshop Elements. I have tried doing so since back in the Version 7 days but I never had the time or patience to stick to it, even though I kept up with product versions. I am now on 2021 and am really trying to make an effort to use this program. But I am stumped even on the most basic situation of what to do when in the process of editing/enhancing a jpg and wanting to take a break before finishing (yes I still always shoot jpg).
When you do a number of edits/alterations in On1 and then want to quit to continue at a later date, do you need to somehow save the image in process or do you just exit the program and the image is somehow automatically saved? Then when you reopen the image-in-process at a later date do you open the original jpg or do you open the *.on1 file or do you open the *.onphoto file? I realize this might be answered somewhere but I have yet to quickly find the answer.
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