Scratch Disk: Can't uncheck it, can't delete temp file / Error message Scratch Disk Full

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Apr 30, 2021 Apr 30, 2021

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Read suggestions and processes for dealing with a"Scratch Disk Full" error message. None of these seem to be working as they would normally. Also, Photoshop <Image Size> reads that my current image size is a bizarre 17,000 inches wide and  10 inches tall. 

 

Any thoughts?

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Oh, i have plenty of memory space available. 

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Update: Fixed itself somehow. 

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Also, Photoshop <Image Size> reads that my current image size is a bizarre 17,000 inches wide and  10 inches tall.
By @AnYa

 

We've seen that happen when folks think the units are pixels when they are actually inches. Having a file that size does increase your need for additional scratch disk space! Reducing the size and restarting can solve the issue you had. I'm glad it's sorted now,  😊

 

Jane

 

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