The command "Feather" is not currently available in image processor

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May 16, 2022 May 16, 2022

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I often receive photos that are high resolution - and our website needs them smaller. 

 

In Photoshop, I go to "Scripts" and run the "Image Processor" - and every single photo brings up a message that says "The command "Feather" is not currently available" which requires that I hit "continue" on every single photo.

 

Is there a way I can change something on Photoshop to not get this command?

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May 16, 2022 May 16, 2022

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It sounds like your Image Processor setup includes running an action that includes applying a feather to a selection. There are a few solutions:

  • At the bottom of the Image Processor dialog in section 4 Preferences, deselect Run Action if you don't need to run it
  • Keep the Action but edit it to
    • Delete the Feather step
    • Set a selection (for instance, Select > All) before the Feather step - You can record setting the selection and after stopping the recording, reorder it so that Set Selection comes before Feather

 

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That would come up if you use the command feather with nothing selected.

 

Do you have an action set that uses feather? Make sure this is not checked.

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