Photoshop 22.1.0 Select Subject Problem

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Dec 20, 2020

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When I select a subject to isolate it from the background and then make a duplicate layer of the original background in order to add some blur, Photoshop 22.1.0 won't let me flatten the layers afterward and gives me a program error.

 

I have 3 layers from top to bottom:

-  Isolated subject

-  Isolated background with blur added (then masked to conceal bottom of image)

-  Original background layer

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Try Merging the layers, possibly one at a time with Cmd+E if necessary (Carl+E on Windows). What does the error message say?

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Dec 22, 2020

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Still doesn't work.  I've tried everything.  So, for now, I edit the image in 22.1.0, but go back to older versions of Photoshop in order to use the Select Subject tool.  Pain though.

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