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Framebuffer error with latest Photoshop October 2020 update

Enthusiast ,
Oct 21, 2020

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problem occure on two systems

windows 10 1903 and 2004

64GB ram

threadripper and ryzen 3950x CPU

nvidia GTX 970 and 2080 TI

 

i have actions and when i let them run after the actions complet the framebuffer of the image is not updated.

the small layers preview show the actual state of the image but the actual image oyu work on is not updatea. and zoomibng in and out doe nothing.

the rules change but the actual image is static. this is a bug i have on both systems.

 

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Framebuffer error with latest Photoshop October 2020 update

Enthusiast ,
Oct 21, 2020

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problem occure on two systems

windows 10 1903 and 2004

64GB ram

threadripper and ryzen 3950x CPU

nvidia GTX 970 and 2080 TI

 

i have actions and when i let them run after the actions complet the framebuffer of the image is not updated.

the small layers preview show the actual state of the image but the actual image oyu work on is not updatea. and zoomibng in and out doe nothing.

the rules change but the actual image is static. this is a bug i have on both systems.

 

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Enthusiast ,
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don´t know why im unable to edit my thread, the button does nothing.... but hey it´s adobe.

 

i want to add that i can save the image and it is saved ok, in the final stage.

the actions also work fine. it is the photoshop framebuffer display that has issues.

 

of course i have the latest GPU drivers installed and also tested with previous drivers.

i have also reseted the photoshop preferences.

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Enthusiast ,
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why does the editing of post does not work anymore?

 

above text with less typos.. 🙂

 

i have actions i use very often and when i let them run, after the action is complete, the framebuffer of the image is not updated.

the small layers preview shows the actual state of the image but the actual image you work on is not updated.
zooming in and out of the image does nothing.
i have rulers enabled and they change when zooming but the actual image is static.

it does not change in size nor can i paint on it or do anything.

 

this is a bug i have on both systems.

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ok so i tested with disabling the advanced GPU features in the preferences.

that makes it work as before. but of course now PS feels sluggish.

 

again this worked yesterday with the prior PS version.

both GPU have the latest drivers installed (also tested with older drivers).

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report the issue in the "photoshop feedback" forum as bug.

there is already a post about issues with the canvas in photoshop 2021.

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