Coloured, filling bar appearing when zooming in / exporting file (jpeg and png)

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I seem to have found a bug where when i zoom in certain photoshop designs, a coloured bar appears filling an area. This also appears when i save the image as a JPG/PNG (maby other files aswell). In one of my past designs deleting the background made the issue dissappear. Due to the huge amount of settings i haven't been able to search for the source of this problem yet.

 

Maby one of you knows where to look for!

 

Thanks in advance for the help.

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 31, 2020 Dec 31, 2020
So it is a Shape Layer.  In a recent thread another user mentioned that setting a Blur of 0.1px in the Properties Panel improved the result. Another option might be converting the Shape Layer to a Smart Object.  

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Does turning off »Use Graphics Processor« in the Performance Preferences (Photoshop > Preferences > Performance > Graphic Processor Settings) and restarting Photoshop have any bearing on the issue? 

 

Is the affected object a Shape Layer? 

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The bar still appears when disabling Graphic Processor settings. The layer is a Rectangle with a few effects 

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It's a 16 bit RGB color 100CMx70CM 300PPI file btw.

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So it is a Shape Layer. 

 

In a recent thread another user mentioned that setting a Blur of 0.1px in the Properties Panel improved the result. 

Another option might be converting the Shape Layer to a Smart Object. 

 

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Applying a blur will sadly automaticly make the bleding options uneditable. Rasterizing it to a layer seems to work best for me currently. Thanks for the help in the right direction.

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Made a small mistake. Converting it to a smart object would keep it editable aswell. Thanks!

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I cannot reproduce the issue but it seems like it might be a legitimate bug, so maybe you should post a Report over on: 

Photoshop Family

 

By the way, this is the other thread I mentioned; the problem seems real similar to yours: 

https://community.adobe.com/t5/photoshop/bug-in-vector-masking/td-p/11717515

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