Photoshop CC, sliders in properties box not return when undo

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for example, when i select color balance layer
properties box show three sliders
red slider is at -10 and i move to +15
oh i don't like it, so i undo
the image and the history box response correctly to the previous stage (red -10)
but the slider do fix at +15, instead of move back to -10
this happen with all sliders in properties box

it become annoying since i have to remember what the previous value
or i have to start over the adjustment again

it was fine with all previous photoshop :(
my version is 14.0 x64
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Yes, that is a known issue that the properties palette is not redrawing correctly when you undo. We're already working on it.
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Thanks for acknowledging Chris. I'd like to suggest that known issues like this one get sent to Adobe's phone support team. The other day I called in about this. The Adobe support person connected to my screen to observe the issue. I told the support person that I was in the middle of a critical job so I did not want any prefs tossed or tools reset. He tried to do just that! I had to stop him. At that point he said he had no ideas. Why didn't he simply say, sorry... "We know about that and a fix is in the works."? FRUSTRATING!
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Photoshop CC bug?.


Hi, I am using Photoshop CC 14.0 x64 on Mac OS X 10.8.4, and there is some problems that are happening.
- when i make an adjustment layer, like levels, and modify it. If i try to undo,the undo works, but don't change the levels preview back. But if i click on other adjustment and click again on the levels it backs to normal.
- sometimes the program start to fail or not respond and have to go to finder, get back to Photoshop and click twice under the layers to back to normal.. (strange..)

i am sending an image of my screen, you can see that i have a red document open, with a saturation adjustment modified to 0 on saturation, but actually its just because of the problem with the undo that not reload/reset the preview on the properties panel.

Thanks.
danilo
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Photoshop CC Curve adjustment layer points don't update with "Edit/Undo" (Command Z on Mac)..


Photoshop CC Curve adjustment layer points don't update with "Edit/Undo" (Command Z on Mac).

-In any PSD, create a curves adjustment layer.
-Pull one of the points on the curve to a value other than its original setting.
-Observe that the change takes effect.
-Hit Command-Z to roll back the change.
-Observe that the image reverts to its appearance prior to the curve change.
-Look at the curve on-screen.
---What happens: the point remains in the location it was prior to the CMD+Z, even though it has been undone.
---What should happen: the point should go back to its original location following CMD+Z.

Note- If you close the curves adjustment window and re-open, it displays properly, it just didn't get updated.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Curves adjustment layer points not undoing properly.


In Photoshop CC when using a curves adjustment layer, when you make a modification and then press undo, it will undo the adjustment values but does not set the curve / point back to where it was before you moved it. So if you want to undo and make a fine tune adjustment, when you select your point to move it, you are actually beginning from an unknown value because it has not reset along with the undo. It's a little hard to explain but essentially the point on the curve is not undoing along with the value reset, and currently you have to deselect out of the properties window to update the change and that shouldn't be. Thanks for the incredible software!