Photoshop: Interface background color changes to white when bring image back from Silver Efex Pro 2

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There are instances when I am working in Silver Efex Pro 2 that when I bring the image back into Photoshop, the interface background color changes from my default Dark Gray to white.

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Can you show us what you are referring to with a screen shot?
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If I then zoom out to say 33%, them image then becomes visible again.
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OK, so something is messing up the OpenGL state. Make sure you have the latest version of the Nik plugins installed (they fixed some bugs in that area).
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So, just to confirm, the document window goes blank/white after using Silver Efex Pro 2? Do you have the latest Nik plug-ins installed? https://support.google.com/nikcollect...
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Thanks.

That appears to have fixed that issue, all that's left now is to wait for a fix for the scrubby zoom
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Install this plugin here to fix scrubby zoom and a few other UI hiccups: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/...
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I have that installed but it keeps throwing a wobble. Sometimes when I try to use cmd + spacebar all I get is a rectangle with what looks like marching ants
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Could you make a video of what you're seeing? (QuickTime can do a screen recording)
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Here is a video as requested

https://youtu.be/6mPSlU3-MvI
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Says the video is marked as private.
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Sorry, please try again