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Colour stripe appears when saving photo in Photoshop Beta

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Nov 29, 2023 Nov 29, 2023

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Every now and then after I have edited a photo in Photoshop Beta 25.2.0 and saving it, it is saved with a colour stripe over the whole image.

I've never had this problem before when using non beta versions of Photoshop.

Can anyone explain what is happening here and how to solve the issue? 

 

 Example photo is saved back into lightroom, but opens like that in Photoshop too.

 

 

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Nov 29, 2023 Nov 29, 2023

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Moving your post to the beta forum.

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I think we could see that you are using a Mac before moving your thread to this forum, but the Topics don't get moved.  Can you tell us exactly what OS version you are using?

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Display problems usually respond well to Deactivate Native Canvas in Preverences, but I am not 100% sure if this includes Mac systems.  I believe that Sonoma has been causing some issues.  Try it for now, but keep an eye on this thread, because that option is no longer available in the full release version, so might go the same way in a future beta update.

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