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I downloaded and installed this latest version. I copied and pasted a variable from one page to another successfully, but after that it would not paste the variable to any other pages.
I restarted Photoshop and again copied the variable. I deleted the existing copy that I had pasted before, but when I tried pasting the current copy, the copy window went away but nothing was pasted. When I tried pasting to a third page the paste window would not appear to paste anything and would not close unless I pressed “cancel”.
This was on Photoshop 2020 in Windows 10.
I figured out that it happens if I accidentally double click on the Action icon. Two action windows will open at the same time, but only one will be able to be closed with the “cancel” and “create” buttons. On Photoshop 2015, doing the same thing opens multiple Action windows, but only one at a time and each can be cancelled.
I am using Photoshop on a PC in Windows 10.
Okay, that worked. Thank you. I am looking forward to testing it out.
I have not installed Kwik3 under 2015.1, only CS6. I added those lines and tried reinstalling the .zxp via the ZXPInstaller into CC2015.1, but I still get the “newer extension installed” error. I also tried unzipping and installing manually but that didn’t work either.
I removed the kwik4.zxp and installed it separately. Once loaded though, I can’t do anything with it after I create a new project. The menu stays on the recent projects panel and I can’t even access the settings. Do I need to have Kwik3 installed first? I have Kwik3 installed on PS CS6, but not on PS CC 2015. I am running it on Windows.
I’m getting the same problem. I think it is because there is a copy of Kwik4.zxp inside the Kwik4.zxp itself.
Thanks for the help, but I’m afraid it didn’t work. I keep getting this error:
Attempt to index global ‘menu’ (a boolean value)