💡 Photoshop Newsletter - May 2021

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May 28, 2021 May 28, 2021

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May 2021 update


This month we released Photoshop version 22.4 with changes to Neural Filters, saving files, ARM support, and fixes for several customer-reported issues. Check out the details below along with some other interesting links.


We would like to recognize and thank all of our ACPs (Adobe Community Professionals) who spend countless hours in the Adobe communities every month assisting others. To help you get to know them,  we will be highlighting one ACP each month in future Newsletters. 


What's in the May release?


  • Saving files: "Save a copy" is now available from the File menu


  • Neural filters: A single comprehensive list of Neural Filters can now be found at: Filter > Neural Filters > All Filters tab.
    For more information on Neural Filters, see Neural Filters overview



  • Bug Fixes: Many customer reported issues have been fixed, including updates to Perspective Warp, Pen Tool, Preset Sync, Liquify with GPU enabled. See Fixed issues in Photoshop  for a complete list.



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Known issues in Photoshop

Photoshop freezes on launch
Program error while saving files

Troubleshoot Scratch disks are full error 


Handy links


Photoshop 22.4 Feature Summary

Fixed issues in Photoshop

Photoshop system requirements

Photoshop for Apple Silicon

Photoshop User Guide

What's new in Photoshop

Photoshop Feature Summary

Photoshop blog posts

Photoshop tutorials

Supported camera models

Supported lenses

Adobe Live


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