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Latest Photoshop update phantom crosshatch pattern

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May 25, 2024 May 25, 2024

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Since the new Photoshop update I have an issue where I open certain photos and they have a lightt hatching pattern that looks exactly like old photographs that had a dotted pattern supposed to  prevent fingerprints. Photoshop is the only app on my Mac that shows this pattern, even Lightroom shows the photo correctly. Is this a known issue that will be fixed soon, because Photoshop is useless to me as long as this happens. 

 

It's hard to see because the photo was taken at night, but it is a regular pattern across the entire photograph. My iPhone did not add that pattern when I took the photo, and as I said before no other app shows this pattern except for Photoshop. 

 

Any thoughts? Amazing a bug this bad got out in a production version. I liked the pre-cloud days better when I wasn't getting automatic updates that obviously didn't get much quality control.

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May 25, 2024 May 25, 2024

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This is a transparency grid. Check opacity of the image layer. If it's, say, at 90% or so opacity, it would look like this.

 

Most other applications including Lightroom don't support layers or transparency, so you wouldn't see it there.

 

As for automatic updates - just turn that off so that you decide if and when to run the update. Just like the old days 😉

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