Photoshop CC 2015 and Retina Screen Catastrophe.

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Hey Guys.
Photoshop CC 2015 has Major Issues when in use with ANY Retina Screen..
Any new Apple product...
The resolution whilst using Photoshop CC 2015 on a Retina 4k or 5k screen is completely out of whack. Something must be done as I have waisted upgrading to a Retina Screen and the latest adobe collection.
Even saving files like png's is not possible as they seem to save a different way.. I can't be technical about this but the whole architecture of this App and Retina Screens DON'T match up. I really hope that you are aware of this issue... just google it.. : )
I am a Web Designer, Photographer, Print Designer.
I either want a possible solution, money back or some kind of resolution.
I have been using Photoshop ever since it began. I've had to go backwards and get may old computer back...
many thanks
PaulC.
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Posted 3 years ago

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eartho

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instead of asking us to google the issue, maybe you could provide a few links showing examples of the issues you're having with using a 5K screen?
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Aaron Crawford

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I'm on an iMac 5k screen and have had no issues with files saving differently.
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Paul Carland

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eartho

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Unfortunately, this is very much a case of Blame Apple. They decided to change the ppi standard of displays without thinking through the ramifications.
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Chris Cox

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You need to be a lot more specific about what problem you are seeing.

Saving PNG doesn't depend in any way on your display resolution.
And the last half of the topic you linked is from designers confused about how retina displays and web browsers work (not a bug).
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I ́ve the same problem on a retina macbook pro. But Adobe do nothing!
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Chris Cox

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What problem are you having? Nothing specific has been mentioned in this topic? And the topic linked to above is about designers misunderstanding retina displays and browser support for them (again, not a bug).