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Thu, Nov 15, 2018 3:09 PM

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Photoshop CC 2019: Deleting a value in Duotone/Monotone dialog gives wonky results

I am trying to use the monotone/duotone options in Photoshop 2019. I choose my color and click on the curve to adjust the values. If I decide I don't want a certain value in the box, I delete it, but instead of staying as an empty box it will place a 0 (zero). When you click OK, this causes the curve to go completely wonky. This did not happen in previous versions. Anyone else having this issue? The attached is just to show the zeros in the boxes (box 30, 80, and 95) where they should be empty. Even when I tab over to the next boxes a zero will be inserted.

I have updated to the most recent Photoshop  20.0.1 release hoping this would have been fixed but the issue is still there.

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2 years ago

Correct. This issue was fixed in the 20.0.2 update: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/fixed-issues.html

Please let us know if encounter any problems. Thanks for reporting this!

Sr. Product Manager, Adobe Digital Imaging

Adobe Administrator

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2 years ago

Thanks. I can repro. I'll have engineering investigate!

Sr. Product Manager, Adobe Digital Imaging

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110 Points

any news on results of contacting engineering?I have same issue

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@Jeffrey:
Any updates you can offer will be greatly appreciated....

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100 Points

2 years ago

Same problem here. The only workaround I've found is to use a previous version of Photoshop.  

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70 Points

2 years ago

Same here. We have a 2-color publication, so duotones are crucial. Thanks.

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60 Points

2 years ago

Adobe ur fucking useless

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60 Points

2 years ago

Same here. Please fix.

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60 Points

2 years ago

same :{ trying to get file to printer. 

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The only workaround I’ve found is to install the previous version of Photoshop and use that when you need to edit duatones. You can have both versions installed at the same time. It’s a pain.

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100 Points

2 years ago

I've just updated to Photoshop 20.0.2 and the problem appears to be gone. I was able to convert an image to greyscale, then duotone, and then adjust both colors repeatedly without a hitch. I could not find release notes for v20.0.2, so I am only going by my test results.

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70 Points

2 years ago

Thank you!

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96 Points

2 years ago

YES!!! Thank you!