Mac/Photoshop problem

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Hi! 
I'm having major issues with the last three upgrades in Adobe / Mac.
I installed Big Sur on the latest MacBook Pro 16 "and macOS High Sierra on my older iMac 27" mid 2011.
The last 3 upgrades to Photoshop have given me headaches.
When I upload images from Bridge, only a small portion of the image file appears in the upper right corner. Sometimes a small part in each corner.
This happens daily, but when I turn it off or reinstall it is usually OK for a short while.
Please help!
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Mac/Photoshop problem

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Dec 27, 2020

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Hi! 
I'm having major issues with the last three upgrades in Adobe / Mac.
I installed Big Sur on the latest MacBook Pro 16 "and macOS High Sierra on my older iMac 27" mid 2011.
The last 3 upgrades to Photoshop have given me headaches.
When I upload images from Bridge, only a small portion of the image file appears in the upper right corner. Sometimes a small part in each corner.
This happens daily, but when I turn it off or reinstall it is usually OK for a short while.
Please help!
See attached screenshot: 

Skjermbilde 2020-12-22 kl. 14.43.01.jpg

Skjermbilde 2020-12-21 kl. 07.48.26.png

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Maybe a problem with an old graphic driver?

Alternatively you can try unchecking "Use Graphics Processor" in the preferences of photoshop.

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Hey, Tom!
Thanks for your quick reply!


My macbook Pro 16 is this year's model, so I reckon it's up to date.


I'm going to try the Grapich Processor trick.


Thank you!
Best regards Tom Riis

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Have you tried resetting the Photoshop preferences, found under the General tab in Photoshop preferences?

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Hey, Derek!

Thanks for reply!
I think I did it, but check it again.
Crossing my fingers!

Sincerely, Tom 😉

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