We are happy to announce therelease of Photoshop CC 19.1.2.
This update includes fixes tosome of the top customer reported issues among other bug fixes.
To update Photoshop CC to19.1.2, click "Update" in the Creative Cloud desktop app next to Photoshop CC.
More detailed instructionsfor updating: https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/help/update-app.html
But (there's always a but), could you please elaborate why there's no link in the CC desktop app pointing to the full list of fixes? Just the same link you posted here: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/fixed-issues.html
It's critical to me to read what exactly changed. Maybe that's a reminiscent of working in 3D where I would almost never update Maya in the middle of a production. But with Photoshop and now working in Photography I am constantly in production. Reading the full release notes helps me to identify if a potential problem could occur with the current tasks at hand and prevent me from updating.
I always find myself spending 10 minutes to search for the detailed patch notes. In my opinion it would be no big deal to put a link into the desktop app and not only "This update addresses several high priority issues discovered since the last release".
Plus, clicking this information in the desktop app is opening Photoshop?!? On top of useless information this is very bad UI design.
The same goes for any other app as previously discussed with Melissa Rios on Lightroom. Should I contact the team responsible for the desktop app? If so, could you please point me to them?
This has been posted in the Forum under the heading "Photoshop suddenly only displays generic adjustment symbol in layer palette" - Below is the initial opening posting. For viewing the complete conversation until now, see the link here:Photoshop suddenly only displays generic adjustment symbol in layer palette
I have a subscription for the Adobe CC Master Collection, and worked quite a lot with photoshop. Today, when an update of several applications in the suite was done, all of a sudden the icons for the adjustments in the layer palette have changed to the generic adjustment symbol, while before they displayed the individual icon for the specific adjustment for that layer.
I found a peculiarity - when I enlarge the thumbnails in the palette to "medium" size, the specific symbols are displayed properly - but when I switch back to "small" thumbnails (as I have always used) - the icons again become generic. I have provided a couple of images for illustration.
I hope this can be resolved as I am not happy for using those bigger thumbnails taking up too much space, as I typically work with pictures with a quite substantial number of layers.
In the meantime, I'm now reverting to the previous version - hoping that it still works as before.Thanks in advance. Best regards.
If not, this should be addressed immediately.
What about this issue:
The number of users who experience this issue seems to be growing and growing. But what is Adobe going to do about it?
Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging responded once, but then it got quiet, very quiet... :-(
And no fix yet and/or any concrete reaction from Adobe... (?)
Or, at least how does one get the attention from Adobe that this is a serious issue and needs to fixed?