Photoshop CS6 fails to repeat transform applied to Smart Object

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Hello All,

I recently discovered that Photoshop CS6 hates repeating transformations. Here is one issue that has been bugging me. Please take a look. I can transform a 400 MB Smart Object using without any issues. Then I try to repeat this transformation on another target by choosing ‘Again’ from ‘Transform’. And this time, Photoshop gives me a warning that says the result would be too big and due to this the transform cannot be completed. I tried for a second time as follows: I make a brush stroke in new layer of a new file. Then I converted the layer with the brush stroke into a smart object. Next I create a new layer to copy this smart object and try I stretched the original smart object. Finally I target the duplicate Smart object and try to repeat the stretching transformation, I get this same error. I have no idea as to what is causing this issue. Can someone throw some light on this? Thanks in advance.



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Could not repeat the transform because the result would be too big.

Answered By 10 points N/A #182993

Photoshop CS6 fails to repeat transform applied to Smart Object


Well, through this problem it seems that you don’t have the updated one. Make sure you have the 13.0.1 update with your application. You may check at Adobe Site. Else, what you can do is to save your works as .PSB and then reopen it. There is another less effective solution i.e. turn off the ‘position’ option in each of your layers comps. Hope, all these may help to solve your problem.

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