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New MacOS Big Sur Photoshop Korean support issue when naming layers

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Aug 20, 2020

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I recently updated both my imac and macbook into Big Sur, which is on beta service and working on.

 

I havent tested other adobe apps but in photoshop, names of layers which is korean are shown incorrectly.

the name of layer should start right after the layer thumbnail, but it starts right beside the left border of the layer panel, hiding all the thumbnails and visibility icons in its way.

 

As a korean, naming layers intuitively for my team members is so important that I can't change the names into english or other alphabet oriented languages.

I know that an immediate response to Big Sur beta os is difficult and challenging, but I wish adobe would solve this issue asap.

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New MacOS Big Sur Photoshop Korean support issue when naming layers

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I recently updated both my imac and macbook into Big Sur, which is on beta service and working on.

 

I havent tested other adobe apps but in photoshop, names of layers which is korean are shown incorrectly.

the name of layer should start right after the layer thumbnail, but it starts right beside the left border of the layer panel, hiding all the thumbnails and visibility icons in its way.

 

As a korean, naming layers intuitively for my team members is so important that I can't change the names into english or other alphabet oriented languages.

I know that an immediate response to Big Sur beta os is difficult and challenging, but I wish adobe would solve this issue asap.

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You're a bit too premature.

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yeah i know...i should have turned off the auto updates.....:(

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This is the user support forum, so we cannot directly help you. The problem is that Adobe does not support beta MacOS software. They wait for the final release where they will have access to the programming documentation and then they will go from there. Right now Ps is not Big Sur ready and does not say so in the System Requirements.

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/system-requirements.html

 

If you need more discussion on this, start a new topic here:

https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/categories/photoshop_family_photoshop

That is the Production management forum where you talk about this in detail.

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oh thx so much.

im not familiar with this forum so i was confused about what i can discuss here. thx for telling me.

i hope the final release of big sur would come quickly 🙂

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I hope so as well, but never run beta-test software in a place where you are expected to produce work under deadlines.

 

I proceed cautiously and make time for other partners who make driver software as well as Photoshop to catch up. Even after official release 10.15.0, I wait a few "dot releases", sometimes .3 before I will install the new OS.

 

 

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