P: Artboard display glitch in all versions since PS.22

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Explorer ,
Jun 09, 2022 Jun 09, 2022

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Hi,

Since a few years, I have been struggling with a display bug that happen on PS since at least version 22 (and probably a few versions earlier but I cannot download previous versions on the creative cloud to test).

This bug happen on all computers I tried (laptops and desktops) and I would like to know if it happens also for anyone else. This bug make it difficult to move layers around to see the end result.

The steps to reproduce are in the screenshot.

The glitch only happen in artboards when at least 2 layers are selected. The layers have to be rasterized pixels or smart objects. If there is a shape layer or any layer FX, the glitch won't happen.

I already contacted the customer service and despite their best effort (driver updates, preferences settings etc) they couldn't fix this issue. This make me think it's a software related bug.

Kindly let me know if someone else is able to reproduce.

Regards,

Olivier

 

My actual specs:

Win10 -Ryzen 5900x - RTX 3070 - 64GB RAM - Multiple SSDs

(all my previous spec had a Nvidia discreet card if that matters)PS-bug-artboards.png

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Adobe Employee , Jun 09, 2022 Jun 09, 2022

Hi @olivierd42825091  I can reproduce this.  Thank you for reporting it. I'll submit a bug for this. 

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Explorer ,
Jun 09, 2022 Jun 09, 2022

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A few other remarks:

- you can hide/show any layer in the palette and it will refresh/update the display.

- if you use "transform" to move layers around it wont be cut but the "preview" will not be correctly rendered while moving, and then it has to recalculate any layer effect when you commit. This make moving layers painfull if you have a lot of them with effetcs like gaussian blur or else.

 

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Hi @olivierd42825091  I can reproduce this.  Thank you for reporting it. I'll submit a bug for this. 

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Jun 10, 2022 Jun 10, 2022

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Thanks Chad, can't wait to see that solved.

Regards.

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