I am having a weird problem using the saveAs command in Photoshop CS6 to save a file to a network location. The code I am using is below.
If the save file is on a local drive, everything proceeds correctly. However, "Design" is a mounted drive, and when this code is run, the following error is produced:
Error: General Photoshop error occurred. This functionality may not be available in this version of Photoshop.
- Could not save as “test.tga” because of a program error.
However, a file is created on the network drive, but is 0 bytes, so it seems like the error comes from Photoshop writing to the file, not in the creation of it.
Does anyone have an idea what me be going on?
var svFileName = ("/Volumes/Design/test.tga");
var svFile = new File( svFileName);
var tgaSaveOptions = new TargaSaveOptions();
tgaSaveOptions.resolution = TargaBitsPerPixels.THIRTYTWO;
tgaSaveOptions.rleCompression = false;
activeDocument.saveAs(svFile, tgaSaveOptions, false, Extension.LOWERCASE);
Retrieving data ...