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Smart sharpen filter crashes Photoshop

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Jun 18, 2020

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Everytime I try to use the Smart Sharpen filter, it shows a blank dialog box, then crashes and shuts down Photoshop.  It doesn't matter if its a smart object or not, PSD or jpeg.  Crashes everytime.  Can anyone help?

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Smart sharpen filter crashes Photoshop

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Everytime I try to use the Smart Sharpen filter, it shows a blank dialog box, then crashes and shuts down Photoshop.  It doesn't matter if its a smart object or not, PSD or jpeg.  Crashes everytime.  Can anyone help?

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Jun 30, 2020

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I have the same problem since the last update

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Same here... is there any solution? 

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I recently started having this problem and it was driving me insane, couldn't figure it out.  I hate resetting settings as a recommendation, I want to know why something is happening.  Some recommend disabling OpenCL, but why use this expensive software and super expensive computer/GPU but have to disable valuable acceleration for a basic function?

 

Then I realized what setting I'd changed: try setting your Cache Levels to 2.  I was messing around with raising it because of checking for gradient-banding which can be false when zoomed out (whole can of worms and massive debate of its own).  Long story short, it seems to me Cache Level:2 is the way to go in general, and going higher may be causing this for some.  Hope this helps someone out there.

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