If your using a comer for separation in the data set have you just tried spaces without quotes? Or " space " in programming often "" equals a single double quote. "" is different than " " perhaps ' ' would work
I tried everything and Photoshop generate strange characters...but no blank space.
Let me be more precise :
In fact, I want to have some of my variables blank in some Data set... I do not want to insert space between 2 characters.
I just found something interesting...
I exported my .csv from Excel ( where I put " " in some cells to obtain blank space ), when I open the file with Text Edit, it shows """ """.
And more interesting :
If I edit the """ """ to " " and save the .csv with TextEdit.
Then, I import it in Photoshop and voilà.
I got my blank space
I guess I don't write it the right way in Excel...
1 person found this helpful
I GOT IT.
In Excel, write in the cell " double quote and press on spacebar"
A simple double quote doesnt' work but with a space after...it works...great
This worked great for me! A double quote (") by itself did not work, but a double quote with a space (" ) worked perfectly. Thank you!