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Sky Replacement - could not complete your request because the file was not found

Community Beginner ,
Nov 19, 2020

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Hello,

 

I started facing issues with new sky replacement tool in photoshop.

 

As soon as I choose any default sky in the menu I get notification "could not complete your request because the file was not found"

I solved the same problem I had. It was to delete all the default folders:

"Click on the cog icon at the top right corner of the sky preset window, select "Append Defalt Skies...". All the default sky preset folders should be appended to the end of your presets list now. You can then delete all your old presets folders. Click on any of default sky preset that is just appended, and see if it works. Then you can add your own sky preset one at a time by clicking the "+" button."
This was a solution I found in the forums. But I deleted all the default skies first, then restarted PS and his the append menu item. The default skies came back. I had to re-load the skies I had added before, but now everything works as advertised.

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Sky Replacement - could not complete your request because the file was not found

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Hello,

 

I started facing issues with new sky replacement tool in photoshop.

 

As soon as I choose any default sky in the menu I get notification "could not complete your request because the file was not found"

I solved the same problem I had. It was to delete all the default folders:

"Click on the cog icon at the top right corner of the sky preset window, select "Append Defalt Skies...". All the default sky preset folders should be appended to the end of your presets list now. You can then delete all your old presets folders. Click on any of default sky preset that is just appended, and see if it works. Then you can add your own sky preset one at a time by clicking the "+" button."
This was a solution I found in the forums. But I deleted all the default skies first, then restarted PS and his the append menu item. The default skies came back. I had to re-load the skies I had added before, but now everything works as advertised.

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Let me move this to the Photoshop forum for you, which is the appropriate forum for your question.

The Using the Community forum is for help in using the Adobe Support Community forums, not for help with specific programs. Product questions should be posted in the associated product community.

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I have the same problem. I also can't seem to find the specific Photoshop forum. How do I access it? I go to support, communities, and there's a list of your programs. I click the PS icon. But that's not the forum?

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>>>I go to support, communities, and there's a list of your programs. I click the PS icon. But that's not the forum?

 

Yes, that link points to https://community.adobe.com/t5/photoshop/bd-p/photoshop which is this forum.

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Right. So is this the correct forum for Photoshop? Or is there another? I'm confused.

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Yes, this is the correct forum for user-to-user Photoshop support.

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Hi try following video for your help....regards

 

https://youtu.be/ognLpUNLDwM

Ali Sajjad
Today we put Photoshop's new Sky Replacement Tool to the test! Learn how to analyze the light and shadows in a scene to find the perfect new sky, and then us...

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That does not help with the issue, this video just helps to understand the concepts of this tool.

 

The problem is that I cant even use this tool. It seems like photoshop can't find the path to folder with deafult skies.

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I solved the same problem I had. It was to delete all the default folders:

"Click on the cog icon at the top right corner of the sky preset window, select "Append Defalt Skies...". All the default sky preset folders should be appended to the end of your presets list now. You can then delete all your old presets folders. Click on any of default sky preset that is just appended, and see if it works. Then you can add your own sky preset one at a time by clicking the "+" button."
This was a solution I found in the forums. But I deleted all the default skies first, then restarted PS and his the append menu item. The default skies came back. I had to re-load the skies I had added before, but now everything works as advertised.

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Thank you! It helped!

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