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Missing Icons

Community Expert ,
Jul 28, 2023 Jul 28, 2023

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I have noticed a pattern with missing icons in my Adjustments panel with the beta version.  We have had several minor updates recently, and the first time I open Photoshop beta after updating, the icons have always been there.  Subsequent openings so far appear to be 100% missing icons.  Is that a clue?

 

I am going to post this and restart my system, and if that makes no difference, reset Preferences.  It must be a lot more annoying for the people with missing Toolbar icons, and I responded to another thread with a broken right click brush panel size slider, so there appear to be a lot of UI issues.

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Jul 28, 2023 Jul 28, 2023

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OK, just as I thought.  Restarting my computer results in the icons loading OK the first time I open 25.0 beta, but the next five restarts of Photoshop had missing icons.  (Thank goodness for fast NVMe drives)

 

The icons showed up the first time I opened Photoshop after another three system restarts, but were missing every time until I restart the system.  It's a wee bit ironic that the only reason I close the beta version, which has been my default version for a while now, is when I need the full release to test forum answers.

 

@CoryShubert is this pattern significant? 

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