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Is this a glitch (Regarding saving jpg file)

New Here ,
Sep 11, 2021 Sep 11, 2021

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Hi all, this is something new that has started to come up on my saving of raw images to JPG

When I save the files it comes up with a window saying that the file cannot be exported and cannot contain special symbols '="
I have not changed the process of what I have done anywhere from the past and have not changed what I do...
Is this a glitch or has something changed somewhere?? Please help!  Clients are awaiting to see photos!!

Thanks in advance 
Rayleen

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Sep 11, 2021 Sep 11, 2021

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This seems to say that you are trying to export to a folder that has the equal sign symbol in its name. Because this is a special character that will mess up the identification of the location of your file, Lightroom can't export to it. Try exporting to a different location. If this is not the case, try sharing a screenshot of your export panel and the folder you are trying to export to.

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Thanks you that was exactly what the problem was!!  
I could not see that was the case in lightroom until I looked in Finder

Thanks so much

Problem Solved!

 

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