I'm a PS vet. Been on it for 15 years. Since I updated it last week to Version 22.3.1, the most obnoxious thing I've ever seen in my life started to happen. I'm a digital designer. Sometimes I have files that are very, very long. I have 2 files I'm trying to save out:
1. A .psb - 2,880 x 15,000 px at 72dpi
2. A .psd - 2,880 x 15,000px at 72dpi
At first I thought this was a problem with my .psb which was cropped from an original file size of 2,880 x 50,000 px at 72dpi. So I made a .psd with the cropped contents and it is still giving me the same problem. When I save either for web (jpeg, png, anything) - it's forcing the literal size/scale down from 100% to some random percentage I didn't input. And I can't for the life of me figure out how to save it at 100% - the software just keeps erroring telling me I need to put in a number between .1 and the arbitrary number they came up with which is currently 54.61 (see screenshots).
Please help - what am I doing wrong? Or what weird new preference do I need to uncheck?
Thanks so much, Community. It sure would be nice to not have to rebuild this entire file in Sketch or Figma.
Hi Dave, I should have noted - I had no issue saving this original .psb that is 2,880 wide x 50,000 long pixels. I was able to save it for web just fine a month ago. I didn't run into this issue until the recent update. And I have had no issues in the past with any of the other very long websites I designed in PS - saving them for web (png, jpeg) at 100%.
I just tried Save As Copy and although a new work around I have not had to do in the past, does work. Thank you for the suggestion!