Photoshop script error when saving as smart object from Lightroom 5.6

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Photoshop bug: In Lightroom 5.6 slightly modified a raw photo, then 'open in Photoshop [CC 2014] as smart object', Then immediately did a save as (which worked) and then received the following message "Error 2: photoshop is undefined.
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-> photoshop.notifyLightroomDocSaved Clightroom-2.0',
■5003F97B-2FBE-4CC0-9247-5F2B0B8DE052',
'C:\\Users\\mary\\Documents\\Exercise ClassWpicturesWPS
workWSekimoto Rod 005.psd');" The actual path of the original photo is "C:\Users\mary\Documents\Exercise Class\pictures\Original Pics\Sekimoto Rod 005.CR2" and I tried to save as "C:\Users\mary\Documents\Exercise Class\pictures\PS work\Sekimoto Rod 005.psd" I have no idea where the "W"s are coming from, obviously this is a little bug. And I still have a hard time believing this is where Adobe wants it's bugs reported, especially since I read elsewhere that "Adobe rarely checks in here". What in the world is happening to the company!?!?!?!
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Mary Roach

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Posted 4 years ago

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Chris Cox

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I have no idea where you heard "Adobe rarely checks in here", since we respond to posts every day.
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OK, good to know, I read that in response to someone else's post 10 days ago. Is this the correct place to post a bug report? I posted a bug report for Bridge about 10 days ago, complete with a link to dropbox for a dump, but the process didn't "feel" the same as this, so I'm wondering if it even "took". As a former programmer, I try to report bugs when I find them (how else will they get fixed?), but don't want to waste my time if they're not going to get looked at. The upload for the Bridge dump took 20 minutes out of my day, so I hope you can see my point. I'm not expecting you to follow up on my Bridge question, I just want to know if "bug reports" filed here get looked at.
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Reports here do get looked at. But different teams take different amounts of time to respond.
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Chris is right. I've been waiting over 2 years for the Bridge team to respond to the numerous script UI bugs. OTOH, issues with Lightroom usually get a quick response.