Try enabling this option in preferences and restarting Photoshop to see if it helps
Will do- thanks! I'll give it a shot, post an update.
Can you tell us which method you were using for image resize?
Also what type of document? Would like to try to reproduce here.
Simple PSD file- background image, couple of text layers. Something I've edited with no issues before. I dragged a JPG into the file, placed it- then resized via COMMAND-ALT-I.
I followed the settings recommended- and seems to be working OK now.
Tried with this setting disabled. Still can't resize image without corrupting it. This happens when I use Image Resize and enter a percentage to make it bigger. Running Photoshop 23.3.1 on MBP M1 pro 2021 and MacOS 12.3.1
Works fine on Intel mac with same PS and OS versions.
Same issue, but changing the 'native canvas' setting isn't working for me. This has happened on several layered files while attempting to resize.
Macbook Pro M1 Max, PS23.1.1
Exact same issue as previous poster, images glitch on enlargement. Turning off Photoshop's access to the graphics card solved it. Good to know theres a solution, but I'd like to be able to use the graphics card I bought specifically for using Adobe programs.
14'' Macbook Pro M1 Max - Photoshop 23.2.2
Checking the – Deactivate Native Canvas – setting in Technology previews finally solved this for me.
Think this preview isn't ready yet Adobe
Let's make sure we're in a default state and there are no stale setting somewhere:
Restore your preferences using this manual method:
Does it work correctly?
If that doesn't solve it, you can quit Photoshop and put the Settings folder back.
If it does solve the problem, I would like to get the folder of settings to try and figure out what is bad with them.
I deleted all Photoshop preference files using the above method and even did a fresh install of the latest version of Photoshop. Still running into the image resizing issues. Did not see it when i only resized to 105% though, but doing that several times isn't good workflow. I did have "Deactivate Native Canvas" checked and unchecked, the glitch still happened. I then disabled Use Graphics Processor in the File Handling section. Then it resized just fine, just took a while. The fix is ok for now (not ideal), but would this have something to do with Apple's unified processor/graphics chips?