Ive loaded a bunch of skies into the new sky replace ment tool ( yes 1 at a time)
I started a test file with 14 skies, i then clicked on the 14 skies and chose the export selected skies option i have saved the *.sky file (sun-left.SKY) and saved it along side the jpegs named in a folder called sun-left i then copied this folder (skies inclusive)to a memory stick and then onto my macbook it wont import giving the error "could not complete your request because of a disk error"
Si i went back to my pc and remvoed the created test batch and then tried to re load ( via import skies feature) from its exported location and get the same error, there must be a way t oexport your skies to use on another device or simply to back up your library?
any one managed this sucessfully and what was your trick?
Also batch importing skies from a folder rather than one at a time?
Please add a batch import for this. I have over 400 sky files, and I don't wan to do this individually for all of them. This should be a quick update.
Sane here. 150 sky added and exported and no other computer cannopen it. All reported "disk error" Recent update didn't fix anything (as usial)
and yes no batch import. I get its a new tool, but for crying out loud bach export and import should be tested and added first thing. It's so abviuus even Adobe xan get that.
I still have the same problem. Any updates?
"Could not complete your request because of a disk error" - this comes up when I try to import previously exported *.sky from the same Photoshop version 22.1.1.
This is true for two previous updates.
I have a number of posts about this issue
Is this going to be resolved anytime soon?
When I open the sky replacement dialogue, I get, "could not complete your request because the file was not found".
I click ok and then close and am asked if i want to save changes for some reason as I don't think i made any.
do I have to delete all the preset skys? and then load my own or???
I very rarely use Photoshop, I do almost all my editing in Lightroom. But I was curious about the sky replacement so I opened a jpeg to try it. As soon as I selected Edit> sky replacement the pop up window for it appeared but almost immediately another one came up with:
"Could not complete your request because the ICC profile is invalid."
Not being a PS user I have no idea what this means. Can anyone assist please? Thanks
(Using MacOS Catalina 10.15.7 on a 2017 iMac and latest PS)
Go to Edit/Assign Profile and choose a different color profile.
If it's RGB, try Adobe RGB.
Thank you, that worked! (It was set to an Apple profile)
We are happy to announce the release of Photoshop 22.3 that should resolve this issue.
This update includes fixes to some of the top customer reported issues among other bug fixes. See Bug fixes and security updates
To update Photoshop to 22.3, click "Update" in the Creative Cloud desktop app next to Photoshop. See: More detailed instructions for updating
Let us know how it goes.