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Pixels glitch

New Here ,
May 01, 2023 May 01, 2023

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Hello everyone!

 

When I use Photoshop's Liquified tool (this only happens on my MacBook Pro 2020), I have some problems. When I use this tool to edit anything, some kind of glitch appears out of nowhere. I have already uninstalled photoshop and reinstalled it, reset preferences, and turned on the "disable native canvas" option.Screenshot 2023-05-01 at 6.04.05 PM.png

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Adobe Employee , May 02, 2023 May 02, 2023

Hi @andressavella 

 

Curious if you did the manual reset of prefs?

Let's make sure we're in a default state and there are no stale settings somewhere: 

Restore your preferences using this manual method:  

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/preferences.html#Manually 

Does it work correctly? 

If that doesn't solve it, you can quit Photoshop and put the Settings folder back. 

 

 

It may help if we could see your Photoshop System Info. Launch Photoshop, and select Help >System Info...and copy/

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May 02, 2023 May 02, 2023

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Hi @andressavella 

 

Curious if you did the manual reset of prefs?

Let's make sure we're in a default state and there are no stale settings somewhere: 

Restore your preferences using this manual method:  

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/preferences.html#Manually 

Does it work correctly? 

If that doesn't solve it, you can quit Photoshop and put the Settings folder back. 

 

 

It may help if we could see your Photoshop System Info. Launch Photoshop, and select Help >System Info...and copy/paste the text in a reply.  

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Thank you Cory! the manual method worked perfectly. 

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