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Problem opening generated PSD files #1

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jjhaggar opened this issue Feb 6, 2020 · 5 comments
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Problem opening generated PSD files #1

jjhaggar opened this issue Feb 6, 2020 · 5 comments

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@jjhaggar jjhaggar commented Feb 6, 2020

Hi, first of all, thank you very much for creating this script! :)

I’ve just tried the script but it seems that it doesn’t work 100% correctly. I made a simple sprite in Aseprite, with just one layer and one frame, saved it, and the exported it to psd.

After that I tried to open the psd file with other programs, but I got these errors using Photoshop and Gimp:
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I could open the psd file using Krita, but the image was pretty broken.
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Any idea of the cause of the problem?

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@Tsukina-7mochi Tsukina-7mochi commented Feb 6, 2020

Hi jjhaggar, thank you for reporting the problem.

I thought that the cause of the problem is the size of your image, so I checked the script.
I found a error in a process of compression, and fixed it, so I think you can export .psd file with new script.
Please try it and report me whether it worked.

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@jjhaggar jjhaggar commented Feb 6, 2020

Hi, thank you for your fast response! :)

I've just downloaded the script and tried it again, but I am still getting the same error.

I attach a zip with the aseprite image and the generated psd, just in case it helps.
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@Tsukina-7mochi Tsukina-7mochi commented Feb 7, 2020

Thank you for your support!

I tried to open your psd file, then I could open it with an application I always use...
However some application shows me wrong image (it could open though) and I solved the problem, so the latest version might work well.
Probably, the first version of the script can work (it exports without compression).

To make matters worse, I don't have Adobe Photoshop... so I may not be able to solve this problem. I'm sorry.

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@jjhaggar jjhaggar commented Feb 7, 2020

Thank you! ^^

I've just downloaded the latest version, but it seems that the error persists in Gimp and Photoshop :'(

Which application do you use to open the PSD files? Could you maybe try also using Gimp to test the resulting PSD files? It's free and open source https://www.gimp.org/

I downloaded the second version of the script (the one that fixed the issues on exporting empty layer) and it worked perfectly! :D :D :D

Maybe you could let the script users choose (using a checkbox for example) between compressed or uncompressed files for better compatibility?

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@Tsukina-7mochi Tsukina-7mochi commented Feb 8, 2020

I'm glad to hear you could export psd file!

I've been using fire alpaca, so I'll try Gimp too.

As a temporary action, I'm going to link both latest and stable version.

Thank you so much!

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