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Cannot Open Photoshop 2022 PSD file on Photoshop 2021 version

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Nov 21, 2022 Nov 21, 2022

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Hello guys,

 

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I wish to know why some of the layers have been lost when I'm opening a 2022 version PSD file on my Photoshop 2021 version. Any solutions on how to resolve this issue? Thank you.

 

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Nov 21, 2022 Nov 21, 2022

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Without knowing what exactly you did with the file nobody can tell you much, but the warning pretty much means what it says - you used some feature that simply doesn't exist and thus cannot be opened as an editable layer. What that is only you can know. In such a case the layer would have needed to be rasterized in PS 2022 to ensure backwards compatibility.

 

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Hi, @Rhodel27237462xfat as @Mylenium pointed out, you get this message whenever you use a new, or updated function saved on a file in an older version of Photoshop.

Do you remember if you used smart objects? Neural filters?

Please check the file in Ps 2022 and report.

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