I'm using the Mac version of Artrage 2.11 on a G5 running OS X 10.3.9.
I was working on an image using layers. I made the initial sketch, saved it and then exported it as a PSD. I did a bit more work with the layers in ArtRage, adding colors, etc. I hit command-S to save it. Then I opened my exported PSD in Photoshop because I was going to add some text and save the initial sketch as a JPG to track my progress with the image. I noticed that all of the color work that I had done in ArtRage was now in the PSD. I thought that was odd.
I turned off the color layers, made the JPG and then closed the PSD file without saving it.
I went back into ArtRage, wrote "Test" on one of the layers, re-saved it with Command-S. Re-opened the PSD in Photoshop and sure enough "Test" was there. So I figured that when I saved my ArtRage file, it must automatically update the PSD.
Not so much.
I quit out of the program after saving the last few color changes I made – about 30 minutes worth of tweaking. I came back to it later and double clicked on the ArtRage file to start the program. It gave me an error (unexpected error code -10660) and failed to open the program. So I opened the program manually, loaded the .ptg file, and none of the color work that I had spent the last hour and a half on was there. It was just the initial sketch from the point when I first exported the PSD. I tried to open the PSD in ArtRage but nothing changed.
Somehow the program lost which file it was associated with after I exported the PSD, so every time I hit Command-S, it would re-export the PSD rather than update the .ptg file.
Anyone else have this happen?