Since the new update this morning, proof colours are no longer being shown when I'm using the liquify tool. This is something I do quite often in my work and without being able to view images properly in liquify, it's hard to tell what exactly I'm doing. I checked the preferences and nothing jumped out at me that seemed new/would fix this. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Hi @SaraJane_D, sorry to hear you are having issues. We are suggesting that your rollback to 23.3.2 until a new update is released soon. Please give this a try and let us know if that fixed this issue for you.
I can confirm that indeed if one sets up a soft proof and enters Liquefy, the preview isn't previewing with that soft proof. I've never tried this before so I can't comment on if this is a new bug or not but indeed, the preview isn't updating correctly.
Author “Color Management for Photographers" & "Photoshop CC Color Management/pluralsight"
Apologies, @CoryShubert , I didn't notice your second reply until today. I started having the issue with Photoshop 23.4.1. Previously, I was able to use liquify with proof colours without changing anything in the preferences. I rolled back to the previous version and everything was as usual with liquify. I upgraded to 23.4.2 this morning and still am not able to use proof colours in liquify.
I did go in and uncheck use graphics processor as you suggested and now I am able to see the proof colours in liquify, even in the newer versions of Photoshop. Performance is definitely downgraded with this fix, however. I am working with 6K and 8K files most of the time, so this is likely why. I definitely appreciate the workaround, and I hope at some point this is something that can be supported for proof colours in future versions. 🙂