Photoshop CC 2015.1: Liquify not working using 10 bit/channel display path

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Hi,
I am using PS CC 2015.1.1 (latest version) on an Eizo ColorEdge monitor with a FirePro W8100 (latet driver 15.201.2401).
When configured to use 10 bit, I get the following in the Liquify filter:


If I turn off 10 bit support, it works just fine.

These are supposed to be professional products but they are full of bugs. I just created this other case related to color banding in 10 bit.

Teo
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Teodorico Morell

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Teodorico Morell

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Is there an official acknowledgment from Adobe about this issue?
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Ralf Ehlert

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I have the same issue with my FirePro W5100. I even tried the new 16.3 beta driver but this changed nothing :(
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Teodorico Morell

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What really bothers me is the lack of acknowledgment from Adobe (or at least I have not seen it) about this, and we cannot be the only two people experiencing this issue.
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Ralf Ehlert

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I created an issue in the Amd support forum also. Please comment that you have the problem also there: https://community.amd.com/message/271...
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Ralf Ehlert

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I have a new observation: The problem occurs only if the image is bigger as the monitor resolution. Image format, color space and bit depth are irrelevant (besides 10bit enabled in FirePro settings).

Can you check this?
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Teodorico Morell

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Ralf,
Not in my case. I created an image 500x500 pixels and still got the same problem. The liquify filter shows the image as plain "blue" as in the original post image.
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Ralf Ehlert

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Too sad. I even tried older versions of Photoshop (CC 2015.0.0, CC 2014.0.0 and CS6) and all behave the same.
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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The issue with the current graphics drivers on current versions of Windows: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/photoshop-cc-gpu-card-faq.html#topic-4 We're working with our partners to try and address.
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ALAN BERLINGER

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I have the same problem with a new AMD Radeon Pro WX 7100 set to 10 bits.  Any updates on this?