Layers disappear when moved together
Windows 10 (up to date)
Intel i7 4.2GHz
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 (drivers up to date)
(This issue was documented many months ago on the Adobe Support Community forum but because the lastest version of Photoshop (22.4.2) still fails to resolve the issue I'm trying to escalate awareness in hopes of it being fixed as soon as possible so I'm posting here as well.)
(Here in the Adobe Photoshop Family site, I'm not sure this exact issue has been posted but there are similar posts, apparently.)
Photoshop 22 has a redraw bug I've never seen Photoshop suffer from before (I've used Photoshop since v5).
The issue is that in certain common scenarios while simply moving multiple raster layers together with the Move Tool, those layers can completely or partially "disappear" - Photoshop decides to not draw them.
The layers are still there, but they cannot be seen until you take a certain action, such as moving them again, transforming them, or moving another layer's pixels over the affected layers to force Photoshop to draw them again.
Because of this, my Photoshop 22 has been unusable since it came out.
I use v20 to actually get work done.
To reproduce the issue:
--Select multiple raster layers that are adjacent in the canvas and "alone" in the layer stack. (I know this sounds ambiguous - see video demo below.) Doesn't matter if they're in a layer group.
--Zoom out to 50% or further.
--Move selected layers with Move Tool.
--Layers (in some cases) may stop being drawn correctly and user must make a change or alter zoom level in order to see them again.
4 minute recording of issue occurring: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jz4iNM05HdY
Notice the zoom level and actions taken and what results you see on the canvas.
Photoshop's redraw/caching operations have gone horribly awry in certain cases. Similar to layer styles changing in appearance per your zoom level (yet another bug that remains unfixed).