15 Replies Latest reply on Oct 15, 2018 6:48 PM by Jesper Storm Bache

    Scratch Disk Problem after macOS High Sierra Update

    Zeeshan Liaqat Level 1

      After updating my MacBook Pro to macOS High Sierra launched my Photoshop and was working on it and I was notified that my SSD is full (I have 2 drives in my MacBook one is 64GB SSD which contains apps & macOS and the other one is 1TB SSHD aka fusion drive which holds all my data and home user folder). Now for some reason, Adobe Photoshop only uses startup drive as a scratch disk and it becomes full very fast because of only 10gb free in it. I went into preference to check my settings but there was no listing of drives + I was unable to change anything there. it only suggests me to relaunch the photoshop with holding option+command keys which I did but it only provides the choice of startup only screenshots are attached below. I have already reset my Photoshop preferences via holding Shift+Option+Command method but still the same. Adobe Illustrator is however not affected by macOS update only Photoshop... Strange! see screenshots attached below...

      Please help me solve this. I will also chat with Adobe support about this issue but they are closed for today.


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