I have the image FishingBoat.psd and it has three layers (Fisherman.svg, FishingLine.svg and FishingLineStroke.svg) that I would like to generate image assets from. But Photoshop keeps generating fourth (unwanted) asset FishingBoat.svg (with all the layers combined). Can I somehow stop it from this behaviour and generate just three assets?

  • You sure you don't have a layer named FishingBoat.svg in the document? Sounds like it would be a group that is named that. – Joonas Jul 23 '16 at 16:05
  • Yes, I am sure. There is nothing above these three layers. – Petr Hruzek Jul 23 '16 at 20:25

In lack of better solution I just dragged all the layers to the new image and now it works correctly. Maybe some bug?

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You can rasterize those layers first, and hide the svg file to prevent regenerating new pixels.

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  • I don't understand. These are shape layers, I don't want them rasterized. – Petr Hruzek Jul 23 '16 at 20:28

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