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Stuck in Camera Raw Filter

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Nov 24, 2019

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Photoshop v20.0.07 & v 21.0.1

macOS 10.14.6

 

I'm editing using the Camera Raw filter on a smart object, and after switching to another application and then coming back to Photoshop, I can no longer use Photoshop and must force quit without saving. It looks like a problem with misplaced focus, whereas normally the Camera Raw filter dialog would be in focus/in front and usable, instead the progress bar dialog for the Camera Raw filter is in front. Clicking the cancel button on this progress bar dialog does nothing (makes the OS error sound), most actions in the Camera Raw dialog dont work as everything is greyed out and this window does not have focus — I can only click and drag to zoom, or click and drag the histogram. I cannot click anything in the Photoshop application window either. This priginally happened  in v21 so I switched to v20 but now it has happened there too.

Go to Photoshop->Preferences->General and turn off "Export Clipboard"

 

Still think this is a bug, but this will keep it from ruining your day.

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Stuck in Camera Raw Filter

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Photoshop v20.0.07 & v 21.0.1

macOS 10.14.6

 

I'm editing using the Camera Raw filter on a smart object, and after switching to another application and then coming back to Photoshop, I can no longer use Photoshop and must force quit without saving. It looks like a problem with misplaced focus, whereas normally the Camera Raw filter dialog would be in focus/in front and usable, instead the progress bar dialog for the Camera Raw filter is in front. Clicking the cancel button on this progress bar dialog does nothing (makes the OS error sound), most actions in the Camera Raw dialog dont work as everything is greyed out and this window does not have focus — I can only click and drag to zoom, or click and drag the histogram. I cannot click anything in the Photoshop application window either. This priginally happened  in v21 so I switched to v20 but now it has happened there too.

Go to Photoshop->Preferences->General and turn off "Export Clipboard"

 

Still think this is a bug, but this will keep it from ruining your day.

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Community Beginner ,
Nov 24, 2019

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Also I can replicate this 100% with the following steps:

  1. Create new file with the Photo > Default Photoshop Size preset
  2. Double click the background, click ok, then right click the layer -> Convert to a smart object
  3. Choose Filter > Camera Raw Filter
  4. Cmd-Tab to switch to Safari
  5. Cmd-Tab to switch back
  6. Progress bar now has focus and photoshop cannot be used without force-quitting.

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Dec 06, 2019

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I'm dealing with this right now and came looking for an answer. It stinks and I don't want to redo all this work.

 

For me it's when I copied all layers (command-shift-C)/pasted into a new layer. that loaded all that information into the clipboard. My preferences still are set to save that for other applications, so when I switch apps I get an error saying that the clipboard is too large to export. Then from there it appears that photoshop tries to update the main image from the camera raw edits, and that's where it hangs up. The cancel button on the progress bar just beeps at me when I try to click on it.

 

It's clearly a bug, and I'm going to have to force quit and relaunch photoshop. I'm going to test turning off export clipboard settings and I'll report back.

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Dec 06, 2019

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Go to Photoshop->Preferences->General and turn off "Export Clipboard"

 

Still think this is a bug, but this will keep it from ruining your day.

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Yup thats the exact method, i got this same thing. Its a window order issue as it seems. Probably small issue in the scripts, should be easy fix

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Go into photoshop prefs.

Preferences/File handling/Camera Raw Preferences/Performance

Click the Purge Cache button!

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