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I already saw some forum post of this and they said to reinstall it and I tried to uninstall and reinstall 3 times and its still greyed out!!
Do I have to erase the app data when I uninstall?
I need the saved for web because I'm using select slice tool and want to seperate each picture
If no one has a solution to un-greying out save for web. Can someone give me an alternative solution to seperate each picture?Plz reply asap : (
Please read this (in particular the section titled "Supply pertinent information for quicker answers"):
Is there something noteworthy about the image – what are the pixel dimensions, bit depth, …?
Could you please post a screenshot with the pertinent Panels (Layers, Channels, Options Bar, …) visible?
There are like 40 layers(because of marquee tools,rectangles, ellipses and lots of text)
More than 50.000 px?
Try 30.000px or less for the max. dimension.
thank you very much! It works now!
Is there any way to go past 30,000px?? Im trying to render a 32k image
Is there any way to go past 30,000px??
No, not with Save to Web. If you are trying to save a jpeg, the limit is 65,535×65,535 pixels,
If you save as a PSB the limit is 300,000 x 300,000 pixels.
What file format do you need? This question was about Save to Web.
How do you even change the pixels? Obviously, I'm new and should be simple but I have no clue.....
Are you using 32bits/channel mode (Image Mode)?
Are you using Multichannel mode (image Mode) ?
Either of the above would cause Save for Web to be greyed
PS: Just realized save for web works with other files but not this particular one
Make sure the file is set to RGB and 8-bits/channel. Had this happen and found that my file was set to 32 bit. Changed it to 8-bit and the save for web function was available again.