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  • While working on a document in photoshop, the image spontaneously corrupts. Blocks of pixels are deleted, and repeated blocks of patterns and colors appear.

  • Additional actions, including "undo," creates more corruption. The corruption continues to worsen with each action taken until I quit and relaunch Photoshop.

  • After quitting and relaunching Photoshop and re-opening the file, I see that additional corruption has occurred since I quit Photoshop. However, working on the document no longer creates additional corruption.
  • The pixels are actually modified (i.e. deleted or replaced with a different color). Deleting layer masks and adjustment layers does not resolve the issue.
  • This issue has occured in five different documents on three different days.

 

I do not believe this is related to the extention Coolorus as the same issue occured on a different document prior to installing Coolorus.

Immediately after corruption appearedImmediately after corruption appeared

 

 

 

After quitting and relaunching Photoshop, more corruption has appearedAfter quitting and relaunching Photoshop, more corruption has appeared

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Correct answer by gener7 | Adobe Community Professional

Sorry, sometimes it's best to start with the simplest and most obvious: corrupted settings file.

 

Try a Preferences Reset first:

 

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Image becomes corrupted with blocks of missing pixels and repeated patterns

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  • While working on a document in photoshop, the image spontaneously corrupts. Blocks of pixels are deleted, and repeated blocks of patterns and colors appear.

  • Additional actions, including "undo," creates more corruption. The corruption continues to worsen with each action taken until I quit and relaunch Photoshop.

  • After quitting and relaunching Photoshop and re-opening the file, I see that additional corruption has occurred since I quit Photoshop. However, working on the document no longer creates additional corruption.
  • The pixels are actually modified (i.e. deleted or replaced with a different color). Deleting layer masks and adjustment layers does not resolve the issue.
  • This issue has occured in five different documents on three different days.

 

I do not believe this is related to the extention Coolorus as the same issue occured on a different document prior to installing Coolorus.

Immediately after corruption appearedImmediately after corruption appeared

 

 

 

After quitting and relaunching Photoshop, more corruption has appearedAfter quitting and relaunching Photoshop, more corruption has appeared

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Correct answer by gener7 | Adobe Community Professional

Sorry, sometimes it's best to start with the simplest and most obvious: corrupted settings file.

 

Try a Preferences Reset first:

 

reset prefs 2020.png

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Sorry, sometimes it's best to start with the simplest and most obvious: corrupted settings file.

 

Try a Preferences Reset first:

 

reset prefs 2020.png

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