nom wrote:It is a 2-step process:
1. Select File->Duplicate; this will create a copy of the file (but does NOT save the new copy).
2. Select File->Save; this then acts the same as the old Save As command.
Not intuitive, nor (to my mind) helpful, but I guess it is all part of Apple's plan to move us away from a focus on files and folders.
At least you can still Command-Click the title of the document (above the toolbar) to see where it has been saved and Cmd-Click the containing folder in the displayed list to highlight the file in the Finder. This will allow you to go directly to your documents in Mail's download folder without having to get there via the Library through the Finder. I have always liked this trick…
Nom, many thanks; that's very helpful. It's annoying that they took away the file path at the bottom of a Finder window. Get Info displays the path, and Control-click will open the enclosing folder. Maybe it's just my old habits, but folders/files are crucial for my project-oriented work.