Scratch Disk Full message when cropping images…!

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dwjonasen
Apr 9, 2007
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Hi

I have been getting a "Scratch Disk Full" error message when I try to crop and image and it won’t let me proceed.

My Scratch disk is set to my "D drive" and it has more than 6 gigs of free space.

I have my "Memory and Image Cache" set to 75% equalling 1051 MB.

One other thing is that I have been using "Adjustment Layers" in a group of images lately, don’t know if that matters or not.

It happens whether I start a new image, or work with a old one.

I don’t know what else to try.

Any ideas would really be helpful,

Thanks,

dEAN

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Bernie
Apr 9, 2007
Check the options bar of your crop tool.
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LenHewitt
Apr 10, 2007
Dean,

You are probably not setting units and attempting to crop to a much larger size than you intended – such as 2000 inches rather than 2000 pixels!
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dwjonasen
Apr 10, 2007
Thanks Guys…

That did the trick, I appreciate the help…!

dEAN

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