Photoshop update version 23.3 Windows 10, 64-bit operating system, x64-based processor, 16 gig RAM. Installed update then opened program and opened a photo - looked fine until I opened another photo, then copied and pasted that photo into a layer in the first photo document. The 2nd photo layer is completely white, but when I look at the Layer menu it shows the photo in the middle of a transparent field. When I mouse over the white layer, I can locate the dotted outline of where the photo should be - but it is completely covered with a white surface. If I make a copy of the imported transparent layer from the layer menu it creates another completely white layer. If I copy the base layer from the layer menu - the copied layer is completely white. The program worked fine before the update.
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Yes Sir! Same thing.
When I open a flatened image, all is well. Image is visible. Image is a background. When I change it to a working layer, area turns white. Exact same issues as above.
This began with the update, first the transform tool dissappeared, followed by the white on any files and all layers if not background.
I have tried reboot. I have completely removed PS and reinstalled. Same problem.
PS is basically useless right now.
One additional item.
I open an image as a background. Image is visible, When I change the image to a layer, image turns white.
If I flatten the white layer, the image becomes background and is once again visible.
Help... Need this thing for work!
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Try unchecking this option in preferences and restarting Photoshop to see if it helps
So far... That seemed to work! Thank you
For us not professionally trained users... What did I do by unchecking GPU compounding?
Compositing in the past used the CPU. With that option checked (it is new in this update) it uses the GPU which should give performance gains going forward. However if your GPU causes issues then it can be unchecked.
You might though want to update your GPU drivers then try checking it again.
"For us not professionally trained users... What did I do by unchecking GPU compounding?"
Adobe is and has been changing the way Photoshop works and it's becoming a more GPU intensive program, so with the option enabled it well render compositing with the GPU rather than the CPU, at least that's my understanding.
Adobe hasn't provided any details about the new feature.
I don't have the issue and I can leave the option enabled, I have an RTX2060 Super GPU with the latest Nvidia Studio driver installed.
Grazie per la risposta e il suggerimento ma purtroppo non ho risolto il problema. Mi puoi dare qualche altro suggerimento? grazie
thank you very much
dalla sua immagine ho capito di attivare la GPU, sorry
ora funziona tutto , grazie mille
Ora è stato risolto il problema della immagine completamente bianca, togliendo il segno di spunta sulla GPU ma così la scheda grafica non lavora e il monitor non è più calibrato. Come si può risolvere questo problema?
Io uso Photoshop per la fotografia e la calibrazione del monitor è molto importane ma senza la GPU non posso calibrare il monitor-
è possibile tornare alla versione precedente di Photoshop?
Grazie per la risposta
la scheda video è : NVIDIA GeForce GT 710
Monitor LG MB85R
Did you try recalibrating your Monitor, have you checked the monitor profile in Windows control panel > colour management.
You can revert to a previous version of Photoshop from the Creative Cloud app