Has there been any update re: the issues with the new macOS 13 Ventura and Photoshop v24.x? Should I continue to wait to update the OS on my 24" M1 Mac? The last know information from Adobe is from Oct. 29 (https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/photoshop-and-macos-ventura.html).
This is what's been fixed in 24.0.1 specifically:
Running macOS 13.0.1 and 24.0.1, I'm not seeing any egregious issues, to be honest, haven't seen the issues outlined in the URL you provided.
Thank you for this update.
The only problem I am having is printing to an Epson P800 (with the newest updated driver) from PS 24.0.1 in Mac OS 13 Ventura with Photoshop managing color. The printer settings dialog box has changed. I can no longer save printer settings presets. It's hard to tell if the presets I manually make are sticking. I should have waited.
I tested the P800 here, 24.0.1, and no issues. The output matches the last version of PS and macOS exactly. I always do a test with new OSs and versions of Photoshop. Yes, the GUI has changed (a lot) but no, if you use the correct settings, you should see the same results.
I have stopped using presets IN the Epson driver because they can't (should never) be used in Lightroom Classic.
Hi Andrew! I don't use Lightroom. In Photoshop, the presets have always been convenient and worked for me. The problem I've noticed is that if I make the printer settings and then click save, if I then go straight back into printer settings from the print dialog box the settings are back to some random default (sheet feeder, premium photo glossy paper, Photo Black ink, Epson Standard SRGB color mode, 1440 dpi). The settings don't "stick". It seems like something isn't working right.
Okay, I just tried another print. This time I was using the sheet feeder and my old printer preset for Ultra Premium Presentation Matte paper worked. Maybe it only doesn't work with front load selected.
By the way, I attended several work shops many years ago where you were a major lecturer and I always found I learned good stuff from you. Thanks!
Custom Print settings (in the Epson driver) still work. Just made one so I can use in Photoshop but again, I usually don't due to Lightroom Classic. I can't as yet find any issues printing with this (or my 3880) with the last build of Photoshop or macOS.