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Scratch Disks


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ceegee

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I was in the middle of making a banner. When I tried to make a new document, it said it couldn't because the scratch disks are full. So, how do I clear up space on my scratch disk?
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need more info. what software are you using? whats a scratch disk?
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scratch discs are temp file locations photo editing programs use to work in usually Primary set to Start up secondary set to none.This causes hassles when default space runs out or fills,best to choose hard drive/s to set max scratch disk size.In most Programs you will find them in preferences .
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