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Photoshop image bug

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Jul 14, 2020

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So, this is kinda a weird problem. After i updated my PS to the latest version, all of my layers on the artboard are wrecking my work up. 

 

Whenever i add some sort of layer to the artboard (text, photo, whatever) and i move it around it will create a "ghost image" of the layer, which just hangs around at the first position i placed it when adding the layer. So basically if i had some text, and move the text box around, there will be an exactly copy of the layer lying right underneath, and i cant remove it since its a graphical error i think. There is no actual layer for the ghost image, its not a copy, just a weird image of the exact same thing i placed. 

 

I attached a photo where u can see, that my text has a double image. I dragged the text saying "OUT 24TH JULY" a little bit to the left, and as u can see there are now two of them overlapping, but i can only move around and edit the original one, the other is just stuck in place. 

 

Anyone out there who can help? Not having this issue on my desktop at home. 

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Photoshop image bug

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So, this is kinda a weird problem. After i updated my PS to the latest version, all of my layers on the artboard are wrecking my work up. 

 

Whenever i add some sort of layer to the artboard (text, photo, whatever) and i move it around it will create a "ghost image" of the layer, which just hangs around at the first position i placed it when adding the layer. So basically if i had some text, and move the text box around, there will be an exactly copy of the layer lying right underneath, and i cant remove it since its a graphical error i think. There is no actual layer for the ghost image, its not a copy, just a weird image of the exact same thing i placed. 

 

I attached a photo where u can see, that my text has a double image. I dragged the text saying "OUT 24TH JULY" a little bit to the left, and as u can see there are now two of them overlapping, but i can only move around and edit the original one, the other is just stuck in place. 

 

Anyone out there who can help? Not having this issue on my desktop at home. 

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Hi

Go into preferences and deselect legacy compositing and restart Photoshop

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Turning off legacy composting does absolutely nothing to address this issue. Although it did help with some other issues, this particular problem persists.

 

It's a joke just how bad this update is.

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