scratch disks full?!?

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  1. poink

    poink Member

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    help! since this morning, i haven't been able to do anything with Photoshop CS...not even edit pictures...coz THIS always happens


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    :dry:

    i actually have more space in my hard drive now, and i've emptied my trash and did repair disk permissions already...but it's still the same. and i have a plate due tom!! :(
     
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    Does the same thing happen to other images? Try using PURGE.
     
  3. poink

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    just tried it now...the Edit>Purge isn't available for selection. at first i thought maybe it's because the file i had open was too big, so i tried opening just a small jpeg (112 kb)...i can't even crop it! "scratch disks full" parin. :wound: arrrggghhh!

    [Edited on 7-30-2004 by poink]
     
  4. Henjie

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    Try restarting your iBook first. If the problem's still there, you can try deleting the ff. Photoshop CS preferences files:

    - com.adobe.Photoshop.plist in Users/yourusername/Library/Preferences; and
    - Adobe Photoshop CS Prefs.psp in Users/yourusername/Library/Preferences/Adobe Photoshop CS Settings

    Good luck! :)


    ~Henjie
     
  5. poink

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    ei thanks guys!!! i finally figured out what was wrong...er, hehe, um...it was my fault all along :blush: my crop tool was set to 1500in instead of 1500px :blush: i couldn't stop laughing when i finally saw it...

    soweeee for all the hullabaloo over nothing :blush:

    i'm so embarrassed :blush:
     
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    You can also change the location of the scratch disk at: Photoshop>Preferences>.... & Scratch disks.
     
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    hmmn.. just got that myself.. crop tool? how do I tell if its set to inches? :confused:
     
  8. Damien_prime2

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    hahahah this happened to me last year at work!!!:laugh:
     
  9. yapi

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    just check the numbers in the fields. If it's in inches it will have "in" after the number and if it's in pixels, it will say "px"
     
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    Dunno if this will help but you may adjust your Photoshop Image and Ram Preference higher a bit. Go to Preference under your Photoshop Menu.
     

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