Could not load actions because an unexpected end-of-file was encountered.

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I am exercising Adobe Photoshop on my Mac. While attempting to initialize my Adobe Photoshop I received Load error. It looks files damaged.   How can I find the lost files?

Could not load actions because an unexpected end-of-file was encountered.

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Could not load actions because an unexpected end-of-file was encountered.

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Hi,
 
 
Don’t get worried. It’s a simple thing. Just do like the way I’m telling.
 
·         1st go to your home folder for adobe photoshop.
·         Then go to the User Library folder.

                        After that go to the Preferences folder.
·          Delete the “Adobe Photoshop CS5 Settings” (or similar name) folder. The folder name may differ depending on what version you  have.
 
 
If you have unable to see the USER LIBRARY FOLDER, then do the steps, what I had described below.
 
·         Go to your home folder
·         Open the user library folder
·         Then permanently unhide the library folder.

·         Keep it hidden and open it via the Go menu:
Click the Finder icon in the dock.
On the top menu, click Go.
Hold down the ALT key and the options should change to show a Library option. Click it.
 
Thank you

Answered By 567105 points N/A #176366

Could not load actions because an unexpected end-of-file was encountered.

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If this is happening when you are using Photoshop, try resetting the preferences file. Press and hold CTRL + ALT + SHIFT then start Photoshop. Click “Yes” when you are prompted with “Delete the Adobe Photoshop Settings file?” For Mac, press and hold Command + Option +Shift. Photoshop should continue loading and will recreate the preferences file using default settings. See if this works.

If this doesn’t work, open Windows Explorer then navigate to “C:Users[username]AppDataRoamingAdobeAdobe Photoshop CS6Adobe Photoshop CS6 Settings”. Look for the file called “Actions Palette.psp”. For Mac, start Finder then search for hidden files and look for “Actions Palette.psp”. Rename it then start Photoshop. Photoshop should create a new “Actions Palette.psp” file with default action set loaded as replacement for the file you renamed.

After this, start Photoshop then start loading your action sets one at a time. They should load without any problem. Once all action sets have been loaded, restart Photoshop. See if this fixes the problem.

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