I am running CS6 on an iMac / Mountain Lion and a MacBook Pro. When I try to save work on either machine, Photoshop will freeze. Sometimes at 91% saved,sometimes at 10%. Now, it will save at first , maybe once, maybe twice. But it will always eventually freeze. Force Quit will not even work. The machine has to be powered off. Please help.
This happens to me occasionally. The file appears to save (sometimes it does save just fine and it happens later when saving again) but at the bottom of the file window it stays stuck at "Saving 0%'. If this happens to you duplicate the file within Ps and save as a copy... at least you wont loose your work. Only way to get out of it is to force quit Ps.
Oh come on, you don't have to be an adobe programmer to tell that cs6 save process is way slower than any previous release, just got here with the same issue but i see the blame is being thrown on the machines, how many gigs of ram, video and processors are needed to edit images? 'cause i render 3d models and it's not such a nightmare
For those of you who need a way to save your current project, simply select all (cmd-a on mac, ctrl-a on pc), then copy (cmd-c on mac, ctrl-c on pc). Then make a new document. The current resolution will be copied from your clipboard, and therefore will match your working document. Finally, go back to your original working file, select all your layers, and drag them to the new document. You'll need to nudge them into position, but you'll end up with an exact duplicate of your working file. Save this new file with a new name, and once that's done, force quit to stop Photoshop from trying (and failing) to save the original.