If your Photoshop's language is other than English, you will ocassionally need to switch temporarily to English. This will allow you to:
Here's how to do it:
Please save your work and close Photoshop.
You need to find the file "tw10428.dat" and rename it. It is contained in Photoshop's "Support Files" folder. Below you can see the full path to the "Support Files" folder in Windows and in macOS, respectively (it’s highlighted in yellow):
TIP: If you installed Photoshop in a different location in Windows, replace "C:\Program Files\Adobe\" with your custom installation path.
Default file location in Windows:
Default file location in macOS:
OLDER PHOTOSHOP VERSIONS: if you have Photoshop CSx instead of CC (e.g. Adobe Photoshop CS6), look for "Adobe Photoshop CSx" in the path, instead of "Adobe Photoshop CC".
The Photoshop language has been changed to English.
To restore the original locale, simply rename the file tw10428-BACKUP.dat back to tw10428.dat and restart Photoshop.