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When I'm using the liquify tool it doesn't preview the changes I have made, the changes appear when I have clicked ok but never in the tool when im making them which makes it impossible to work with.
I am running the latest version of Photoshop CC. I have tried resetting all preferences in photoshop (ctrl+alt+shift when starting the program). I have also tried disabling the GPU in preferences and that doesnt make a differnce.
My specs are:
Titan Black (with the latest drivers)
I have tried everything I can think of to make this work but now i'm really stuck and I need the liquify tool for some projects at work.
Can someone please help me?
Please post a screenshot of the Liquify dialog.
I'm not really sure what you mean with liquify dialog but in the first screenshot I have loaded the picture in liquify and made changes without any of it showing up (the image looks the same as it did from the beginning). The second screenshot is immideatly after I have pressed ok and the changes that I made in liquify appear on the image.
Screenshot 1 (changes made in liquify, but not previewing)
Screenshot 2 (immediatly after I have pressed ok in liquify the changes appear on the image)
I hope this was what you asked for, if not please specify what you meant and I will send new screenshots
Have you tried unchecking »Visa lagerfond«?
When I disable that the image disappears in the liquify tool
And »Visa mask«?
Is a Selection active?
nothing of the above have worked, I haven't selected anything before going in to liquify so there is no selection active.
When I press "visa nät" (show net/mesh) I can see that the mesh is changing in the liquify tool as I am using it but nothing is happening to the image.
I have tried resetting all preferences in photoshop (ctrl+alt+shift when starting the program).
Just to make sure: Did you get and OK the dialog asking »Delete the …«?
I have also tried disabling the GPU in preferences and that doesnt make a differnce.
Again just to make sure: Did you restart Photoshop so the setting takes effect?
"Just to make sure: Did you get and OK the dialog asking »Delete the …«?"
"Again just to make sure: Did you restart Photoshop so the setting takes effect?"
Could you undo the changes and post another screenshot with all View Options apart from »Show Image/Visa bild« turned off?
I assume you tested the problem on multiple images?
Now it works!! Thank you!!!!!
Well, not sure what it was then, but as long as it is back to working-order that’s good to read.
Hello , I read all conversation ,..... facing same problem word by word , But i do everything but nothing is happening to the image.
because my PS CC not show these option " Show Image/Visa bild« turned off?" please help me
Have you turned off »Show Backdrop« yet?
oo After turned off >> show Backdrop <<
Now it works , Thank you so much , you are great !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Another option might be to set the backdrop to a lower Opacity.
I have sort of the same problem. The only thing I see is this... (sorry my Photshop is in Dutch)
Hi. Any luck with this. I have exact same problem. Thank you.
unmarked on preferences -perfomance the advancend settings "use native operating system CPU acceleration"
Eventually my problem was solved with a graphics card driver update.
Thank you that fixed this for me...UGH! lol
Does turning off »Use Graphics Processor« in the Performance Preferences (Photoshop > Preferences > Performance > Graphic Processor Settings) and restarting Photoshop have any bearing on the issue?
Or at least turning GPU usage off for the filter by pressing alt-ctrl when raising the Filter from the dialog.
I was just having this problem, and messed around with the Liquify property settings. For myself, the problem was the wrong layer was selected in the property settings under "Show Backup". So select the layer you are working on, then make sure the mode is set to "behind". Hope this helps!
yes exactly! when the other layers are on the front how could you see the layer that you want to liquify?