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I don't want new feature, i don't want any improvement. I just want to work with it. Last version is terrible.
I can not work since 2 days and it cost to me too much.
Too many crashes, too many error messages, too many working tool problems...
I seem to be testing an untested version.
Please don't bring us to download a version that you are not sure is working properly.
Time is really valuable to some.
* Which Photoshop version is working without error?
Probably in a parallel universe but I wouldn't be so sure.
" * Which Photoshop version is working without error?"
Photoshop is a complex application, complex applications have issues. I have used most version. I started with Photoshop version 3. and skipped Cs4 for Adobe was adding GPU support in CS4 so I knew there would be issue. No version of Photoshop I have uses have been issue free.. I did not use PS 0, PS 1, PS 2 and CS4. I did report an issue in CS5 that was introduced in CS4 Adjustment Panel Adobe Acknowledge it was a Problem that they may fix in some future release of Photoshop. The problem is still in Photoshop version 22.4.1. There are bugs in Photoshop that Adobe has acknowledge and reported they are working on the problem. Some day perhaps some will actually be fixed. You can count on Adobe fixing major issues. If you want to use Photoshop you need to be able to work the minor issues Adobe does not seem to care to fix. Photoshop is a very useful but there are some minor issue that may bite you.
This is primarily a user Forum, so you are not really addressing Adobe here, even though some Adobe employees thankfully have been dropping by.
»I don't want new feature, i don't want any improvement.«
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»Too many crashes, too many error messages, too many working tool problems...«
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»Which Photoshop version is working without error?«
I am not sure there ever was a Photoshop version that did not include at least some bug.
you are right. my fault
No problem; like I mentioned you could try to trouble-shoot the current issues and post more detailled information about the various pronlems.
Rolling back to a previous Photoshop version may be useful in the short term (»Other versions« in the CC app), but in the long run it can prove problematic.
The Adobe logo and "Adobe Support Community" strongly suggests an official forum, so that is certainly disappointing.