I just finally updated Photoshop to 2017.1.1 (I know, I'm somewhat slow to bite the upgrade bullets) and I'm having a problem with the liquify tool. When I go to use liquify, this is the error that pops up
Could not complete the liquify command because the file was not found.
This error pops up on any image I try it on. I even tried opening a psd that already had a liquify layer in it, and when I clicked on the layer the same above error popped up.
However, since I still have Photoshop 2015.5 I tried out the liquify tool on the same photos that I was getting the error with, and no problem at all in the older photoshop. So it seems to not be the images I'm using, but photoshop itself. Anyone seen this problem before and have a fix for it? Also, I'm on a Mac, still on El Capitan 10.11.6.
Thanks in advance for any help!
As you are facing issue with the liquify feature, Could you please refer to the post below and let us know if it helps?
Thank you for the link. I actually just got it working, I opened and closed photoshop a few times and now it seems to have no problems using the liquify tool. I will keep the other link in mind though if I run into the problem again.