2 Replies Latest reply on Jul 31, 2017 11:53 AM by BarbBinder

    "Save for web" suddenly insisting on saving slices


      As far as I know, I've not recently updated my Photoshop CC 2017.1.1 but all of a sudden the "save for web" interface (Cmd-Opt-Shift-S) wants to save my files in slices. I have NEVER, EVER done slices and have no idea why it would think I would want to. Is there some way to turn off this "feature"? I've been reading help tips for half an hour or more and everything refers to the 2015 release.

        • 1. Re: "Save for web" suddenly insisting on saving slices
          JJMack Most Valuable Participant

          Make sure there are no slices in your document. Use menu the extras is checked and Show>Slices is checked.  How can Save for web slice up your images if there are no slices defined in the document? It it random slicing?


          • 2. Re: "Save for web" suddenly insisting on saving slices
            BarbBinder Adobe Community Professional

            I'm going to guess that you inadvertently added slices to your file. You can do this a few ways:

            • drag with the slice tool (lives with the Crop tool);
            • click on Layer > New layer-based slice. or
            • use the Slices from Guides button on the options bar.


            So, moving forward... go ahead and show the slices as per JJMack, above. Right click over any slices with a blue badge and choose Delete Slice. Repeat until you are down to one gray badge. Then export again and let us know if that takes care of it.

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