Issue

When you choose a Photoshop script in Bridge or Photoshop, such as Merge to HDR Pro or Image Processor, an error appears. For example:

  • "Merge to HDR.jsx could not be found."
  • "JavaScript code was missing."
  • "Please specify a destination folder."

Solutions

Solution 1: Make sure that the hard disk where Photoshop is installed doesn't have the name of a folder specific to operating system functionality.

Rename the hard disk to a nonconflicting name. For example, make sure that the hard drive isn't named "Applications" or "Users."

Solution 2: Make sure that any connected network drives don't have the name of a folder specific to operating system functionality.

Rename network drive to a nonconflicting name, if possible. For example, make sure that you don't have drives named "Applications" or "Users."  If not possible, disconnect the network drive while using Photoshop. 

Solution 3: Make sure that none of your hard disk or network drive names are duplicated.

If you have duplicate hard disk or network drive names, then rename some to eliminate the duplicates. Make sure that all of your volume names—hard disk and network—are unique.

Solution 4: Temporarily disconnect any network drives while using Photoshop.

 

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