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Transparent workspace on Photoshop 2020 version 21.2.3

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Sep 15, 2020

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Hello, i have a problem with the latest Photoshop 2020 version (up to date).

When i retouch a photo, the workspace suddenly becomes transparent and Photoshop starts to slow down. I can no longer see my photo in the workspace at all, but i see desktop, the programs that are behind the photoshop window. This problem really interferes with work as it appears after 3-7 minutes after working on a photo. Restarting Photoshop helps, but after few minutes the problem repeats. Has anyone faced such a problem? Knows how to solve? 

 

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Through the working window of Photoshop you can see the browser and Сreative cloud, and the photo is open and no longer appears in the working space.

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Transparent workspace on Photoshop 2020 version 21.2.3

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Sep 15, 2020

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Hello, i have a problem with the latest Photoshop 2020 version (up to date).

When i retouch a photo, the workspace suddenly becomes transparent and Photoshop starts to slow down. I can no longer see my photo in the workspace at all, but i see desktop, the programs that are behind the photoshop window. This problem really interferes with work as it appears after 3-7 minutes after working on a photo. Restarting Photoshop helps, but after few minutes the problem repeats. Has anyone faced such a problem? Knows how to solve? 

 

I am attaching a screenshot of how this problem looks for me.

Through the working window of Photoshop you can see the browser and Сreative cloud, and the photo is open and no longer appears in the working space.

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LEGEND ,
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Does turning off »Use Graphics Processor« in the Performance Preferences (Photoshop > Preferences > Performance > Graphic Processor Settings) and restarting Photoshop have any bearing on the issue? 

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