Puppet Warp doesn't seem to be working on 2020.
I select Puppet Warp, and the layer becomes meshed, but I cannot apply pins.
For documents with Puppet Warp Smart Filters (made on 2019), I load the documents into 2020, try to edit the Puppet Warp, but the entire document turns white when I select it.
Is this already a known issue, or is someone trying to gaslight me?
Just to confirm, puppet warp does not work as it use to, pins are not visible when adding them, just tested on latest windows with latest Photoshop.
For what it's worth, this is happening for me on a Mac. Just gopt it about six or eight weeks ago, running Cataliona OS.
Catalina has so many issue with PS, I'm not surprised that that might be you issue. Hopefully Adobe will fix all the things Apple broke with that OS.
May one be so bold as to enquire when this bug will be fixed please?
User trevorpsy said this, and it worked for me:
"I solved my own problem. Selecting “Use Graphics Process” under the Performance preferences panel enables Puppet Warp and the drag to zoom option."
Just tested with Photoshop 2020 on Windows 10 and pins are showing fine for me
Have you tried resetting your Photoshop preferences
Reseting preferences does not work at least for me.
Hello, Bojan, and resetting the transform tool?
Which graphic card/driver combo? Is it DirectX12 compatible?
If you mean use legacy free transform it does not help. Yes, card is DirectX12 compatible.
I see that the nVidia card is DirectX 12 compatible...
While the driver for the Intel card are very old.
Is there a way to bypass totally the Intel card, and only use the nVidia one?
There is a way and that worked, thank you. The trick is to change Preffered Graphic Processor to High Performance Nvidia from Nvidi control panel.
Thank you. This worked for me.
No problem here on Win 10 either. Also tried setting the in 2019 and opening in 2020. No problem there either.
Same problem with MacPro running Mojave. I see the mesh, but no pins and the Puppet Work doesn't work. It's works fine with the 2019 version.
I tried this, and it worked for me, too!
This now works: many thanks.
This did not work for me.
I don't have graphics card in my pc... That means I can't use this feature of Photoshop. Pls reply
Hello, you must have something to push the pixels to the screen, I think that the integrated GPU might be compatible, check in help>system info...
I can't get the expansion to expand so the tool is useless