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Generative Fill Contextual Task Bar disappears in Quick Mask Mode

Community Beginner ,
Jan 01, 2024 Jan 01, 2024

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Adobe Photoshop Version: 25.3.1 20231212.r.241 46eb480 x64

macOS 14.2.1 (23C71)

 

Step 1 to reproduce the issue: open an image document (e.g., png, jpg)

Step 2 to reproduce the issue: make random selection (locked or unlocked Background layer)

Step 3 to reproduce the issue: enter Quick Mask Mode (Q or Select menu)

 

Expected result: Generative Fill Contextual Bar remains visible

Actual result: Generative Fill Bar is no longer visible

 

The issue also occurs for me in the latest Beta version: Adobe Photoshop Version: 25.4.0 20231220.m.2439 ceb99ef x64

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Community Expert , Jan 01, 2024 Jan 01, 2024

 

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I'm confused. Quick Mask is a method to select and deselect. How would GF fit into making a selection?

 

Jane

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@mudguts 

 

I'm confused. Quick Mask is a method to select and deselect. How would GF fit into making a selection?

 

Jane

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Ah, I've just checked the video myself again, and you're quite right, it doesn't really apply. I was confused myself as one of the Adobe tips that popped up suggested you could start using GF with QMM. Maybe I got that wrong as well. Looks like it isn't a bug after all. I'm relieved and sorry for the false alarm.

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quoteI'm relieved and sorry for the false alarm.
By @mudguts

 

 

No worries about a false alarm! It's always best to ask! 😊 And who knows what will happen in the future.

 

Jane

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