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Hi, since the last update 4 days ago. When clicking Photoshop->Setting the menu is blank.
I need to change my settings. Anyone else have the same problem?
I have done all the usual rebooting, checking for updates ect.
MacOS, MacBook Pro, 16GB memory ect...
Many thanks in advance.
V24.0.1 Bug on MAC M1 Pro
CMD K loads the preferences dialogue box, BUT the menu item is empty in the main tool bar. See the attached image.
I have reset the preferences by deleting them but the bug is persistent 😞
Any help please?
VERY odd; there is no such menu option on my (latest) version of PS, running on Mac. And there shouldn't be.
Command K opens the actual preferences.
Try uninstalling then reinstalling Photoshop using Adobe Creative Cloud and when asked, do not keep preferences. Better?
I uninstalled and reinstalled and it's still the same, no matter what I do.
I wonder if something has changed in OS 13.1 beta 3 that is causing this issue?
OS 13.1 beta 3? Well, that's no good! NO beta OSs are supported. I'm on 13.0.1; no issue as shown.
Either roll back to an existing supported OS or live with a bug between a nonsupported OS.
@thedigitaldog I only realised that might be an issue when I checked the OS version, I will try tomorrow on a none beta Mac
Hi, does it work once a file is opened? It is supposed to be Preferences...
Try resetting your preferences:
Hold Shift+Ctrl+Cmd+Opt when launching PS (hold before launching and until the pop up asking to reset appears)
What OS version?
Hi @darreng30895212, as @thedigitaldog sharred in the link above, it might be that you are using Mac OS beta and not a release version? Please confirm what OS version you see this issue.
It may help if we could see your Photoshop System Info. Launch Photoshop, and select Help >System Info...and copy/paste the text in a reply.