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2D Texture grid of the 3D obj

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Nov 01, 2020

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Hey guys, hope you're all healthy. 

Haven't been on Photoshop quite some time now and noticed something was "missing" since my Photoshop updated to the 2021 version.

 

Normally I opened a obj file and double clicked on the Texture layer to open the psb and edit it. While doing that there was a black grid which displayed the outskirts of the 2d texture. 

This grid is now gone. Which is kinda irritating to work with. 

I already tried turning on the UV overlays on the views window but it didn't help. 

I always use the newest photoshop version since it's on auto update. 

 

So my question is, does anyone know how to turn them on again?

Kinda on a loss here and hope someone can hint me to the, most likely easy, solution. 

 

Thanks in advance. 

 

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2D Texture grid of the 3D obj

New Here ,
Nov 01, 2020

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Hey guys, hope you're all healthy. 

Haven't been on Photoshop quite some time now and noticed something was "missing" since my Photoshop updated to the 2021 version.

 

Normally I opened a obj file and double clicked on the Texture layer to open the psb and edit it. While doing that there was a black grid which displayed the outskirts of the 2d texture. 

This grid is now gone. Which is kinda irritating to work with. 

I already tried turning on the UV overlays on the views window but it didn't help. 

I always use the newest photoshop version since it's on auto update. 

 

So my question is, does anyone know how to turn them on again?

Kinda on a loss here and hope someone can hint me to the, most likely easy, solution. 

 

Thanks in advance. 

 

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