Latest version 20.0.2 or 20.0.3

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Im a paid subscriber to the photographer plan, I already installed, reinstalled, signed in/out, deleted opb.db. file and almost everything and the latest version does not appear. I've seen it in some sites but maybe it is not an official one? could someone please give me some advice on this.
in advance 
best regards....
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Cristian Canessa

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Willard Poindexter

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Check Liquify and see if you get the artifacts. Still happening for me even after update. Wondering WHAT problems it "fixed".
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Rosa

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Me too.
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Adam Jerugim, Employee

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For more information about the Liquify issue, please refer to this link:  https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/photoshop-and-macosmojave.html#Blackartifactsonimageafterusingt...
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Michael Goduscheit

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For me it is not a solution to turn off the graphics acceleration.
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Michael Goduscheit

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Mojave 10.14.2 with Photoshop 20.0.3 and "liquify" does not work correct. For what do we pay Adobe?
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Carlos Oliveras

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Hey, any of you who upgraded "oficially", could you please share your build versions to make sure they are the same ones that some of us got earlier?

• Lightroom Classic CC 8.2: Help>About LR Classic, mine is labeled as build 1204643.

• Camera Raw 11.2: From Photoshop, Help>About plugins...>Camera Raw, mine is 11.2.0.135

• As for PS 20.0.3, either the build number is not displayed, or I don't know how to check it.

Thanks to anyone who can check this, so that us "guinea pigs" who got in this mess can rest at ease.
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bowek

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dobe Photoshop Version: 20.0.3 20190130.r.57 2019/01/30: 1204598  x64
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Carlos Oliveras

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I remembered how to check just after posting, and now I can't edit it. Mine is Adobe Photoshop Version: 20.0.3 20190130.r.57 2019/01/30: 1204598  x64 , same as yours.

bowek, is yours updated today, or last week? Thanks in advance.
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bowek

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That's what I got this morning.
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bowek

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I updated using the regular process thru ACC
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bowek

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Hope this helps
Sorry, need to run. Have to quit. 
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Rosa

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Okay, I now have an update for PS CC v 20.0.3

I've read some of you had this update a few days ago and have had dramas.

What I want to know is, what is Adobe actually addressing in the update?

According to the CC App, this update is supposed to be addressing several high priority issues which were discovered.

Adobe help - enlighten please.


I've tried searching for the issues which were addressed, by updating to PS CC v 20.0.3 and can't find anything anywhere. Can we please have some one from Adobe to point out which issues were addressed?
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Michaelfromoz

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My CC hasn't given me the option to upgrade officially yet.
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Rosa

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I got mine this morning. I'm in Brisbane, Australia. 

I haven't updated yet. I've asked in another part of this forum what issues were addressed. Hope to hear back.
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Michaelfromoz

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I'm in Busselton Western Australia. Perhaps they are using surname alphabetically LOL
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Rosa

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Hello fellow Aussie :) I'm not sure how they work it. One can never tell with Adobe lol.

Have you tried checking on CC App for the update? That's if you want it. 

I have also the ACR and LR update but I'm not feeling confident in updating anything yet. I usually wait for a heads up from one of the Adobe customer advocates or product manager in the forum first, which they normally do. This is the first time I haven't heard anything from them. Mmmm.
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Michaelfromoz

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I had actually just forced CC to check for updates and there they were so I'm just in the process of checking out the enhance details aspect of Lightroom Classic CC.
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Rosa

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Cool.
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Michaelfromoz

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So, apart from new camera formats and improved tethering for Nikon, Enhance Details is the only extra feature and it comes with min requirements and YES that includes the Windows 10 October 1809 release.
See:
https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom/help/enhance-details.html

Had a brief look but couldn't see any differences. As it uses machine learning I suspect that it won't work until I have used it for a time or at least developed a few images normally.

Now for PS 20.0.3!


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Rosa

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I've updated all my CC apps and yes you definitely need the Windows 10 October 1809 release for the Enhance Details Feature in LR. 

I've had no dramas with any of the updates. I've gone into PS 20.0.3 and ACR and all seems to be okay so far.

I don't use LR a lot as I use ACR and PS mostly.

Cheers.
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Rosa

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An answer to my own question lol.... Sorry Adobe Reps. I've found it! I keep forgetting where to look. Now I've bookmarked the page. :)

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/fixed-issues.html
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I can't now get ACR11.2 to work under macOS 10.12.6 (and PS 20.0.3). Have had to back off to ACR11.0 from here:
https://helpx.adobe.com/uk/photoshop/kb/legacy-version-updates.html#version_download_links

11.2 was giving me a "could not complete request because file not found" error when I tred to open a raw file and nothing was happening when I did an Edit In from LR8.2 side.


By the way, does anybody know why these releases are called February 2018:
http://blogs.adobe.com/jkost/

So this is a release of something called February 2018 version to run in Photoshop CC 2019, but it was really released in February 2019.


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Rosa

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Bit weird isn't it? 

Julieanne'g blog post is dated 2019/02/12 so maybe she's titled the 2018 wrong?