Photoshop is currently unoperatable after the latest update. Opens every image and new window as a bright green screen. When zooming in and out, you can see the image flicker behind the green. No further updates are available. I'm running Photoshop V 22.4.1 on Big Sur 11.4. Please help.
Untick Use Graphics Processor under the Performance tab in Photoshop preferences.
Before you disable the GPU altogether, can you try going to Preferences >Technology Previews and check "Disable Native Canvas" then, after clicking OK, close and restart Photoshop.
It first it was giving me a black screen (instead of green), but eventually this worked after restarting a couple of times and doing a few tests. - Thank you Dave.
You're welcome 🙂
Hi dave, what are the consecuences of switching of the cpu use?
This worked for me- but how frustrating and why oh why would this even be a thing?
Same thing happening to me. I have clicked the Disable Native Canvas but and tried restarting several times but the green won't go away. I have a MacOS Catalina Version 10.15.7 My other apps (InDesign and Illustrator are working ok) Any other advice to stop this? Should I uninstall then reinstall application? I have a subscription and Photoshop is up to date.
Any help is appreciated!
As mentioned, untick Use Graphics Processor under the Performance tab in Photoshop preferences.
Won't this effect other applications like InDesign or Illustrator?
Oh wow that seems to have worked so far. Why is that like that? What is that Graphics Processor for? Is it needed in other applications? Will I need to turn that back on for InDesign or Illustrator or any other applications like Acrobat?
Really apprecaited the infor and advice Derek.
Thank you Dave