Can someone tell me what this strange selection is and how I can get rid of it...it is in all my photos today. I can't delete it or even see it when use the normal controls.
I've been opening my images into Photoshop 23.2.2 from Lightroom 11.2.
See if unticking Use GPU processor in Photoshop preferences sorts the issue.
Thanks. Rebooting several times fixed it but what is the cause? Why would using the GPU on an M1 Mac cause this to happen?
You might also want to try unchecking "Use GPU Compositing" in the preferences under performance. Might want to try this first before disabling the GPU.
Selection? Do you mean white squares? Sometimes white squares appears on my laptop from 2015 which is using Intel UHD 3000 integrated and Nvidia 610M. Here are minimum specs for newest Photoshop Photoshop system requirements (adobe.com)
" I can't delete it or even see it when use the normal controls. " What are you trying to delete and which controls?
The squares are selections, they interact with other selections on the image. I'm using an M1 Mac. I've rebooted a few times and it seems to have cured the problem.
The normal controls for selections are A to select all, D for deselect, and so forth. The selection tools are the lasso group, the magic wand group, the marquis group, and the new select object and select subject functions.