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Can't paste text into file name when saving a PSD file.

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Jan 13, 2020

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I'm using  PS 21.02 on Catalina but I had this probelm on the last version. I can't paste text copied fom a layer title into a file name when saving a jpeg via 'save for the web'.

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Can't paste text into file name when saving a PSD file.

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I'm using  PS 21.02 on Catalina but I had this probelm on the last version. I can't paste text copied fom a layer title into a file name when saving a jpeg via 'save for the web'.

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Hi did you try with typing a name and saving it or try update Photoshop if it solves well and good catalina OS has bug with Photoshop which is under notice of Adobe team.....Regards

Ali Sajjad

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Thanks Lambiloon, I did update to the latest version of PS, but it still has the same problem but only when using 'Save for the Web'. Copying text from the layer title and then pasting into the file name works with 'Save as" but many more steps are needed and I'm processing many files.

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Same problem here. MacOS Catalina. Can't paste into file name when saving for web. Photoshop bug. Not fixed in latest release.

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Hello, please search or create a thread on this topic on the https://feedback.photoshop.com site, watched by Adobe staff. Make sure to provide as many relevant details as possible, like you did here (SFW, catalina, up to date Ps (check in Help>System info that you are running 21.1.1)

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As a work-around, if you didn't need the interactive features of SfW, then a script could offer a prompt for the filename and then save the file using hardcoded settings. It would take a lot more work to add a GUI offering file format options, the easiest route would be separate scripts with the save options built in.

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Any solution for this? I am processing multiple files too and this bug or whatever it is is slowing me down.. help!

 

Using Photoshop 2020 on Catalina Version 10.15.6

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