Ps CC 2015.5 - puppet warp bug: crashes and leaves scribbled lines

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I'm cleaning up a gigapixel panorama.  I had to slice it into pieces for the cleanup. As one large image, PS died on selecting puppet warp and sent failure reports to Apple.  Every time.  After slicing up the image, I could warp it, but the image had lines inserted into the image.  Sometimes, the lines moved and left a smear of lines.  I have the original image and the segment with the stray lines as separate .psb files.  Except they are huge.  Let me know if you all want 'em.  So this reports *two* bugs:

1. do not crash.  Degrade and fail gracefully
2. stray lines can be hard to remove, but they happened to be in the sky.
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Bruce Korb

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Bruce Korb

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Ping?  I can upload either/both of the .PSB files that trigger these problems.  Since I worked my way around the issue, I do not need the files anymore.  Without further comment, I'll delete them in a few days.
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Did you submit the crash reports to us? If it's easily crashable, do a few times and submit it with your email address: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/submit-crash-reports.html You can also reference what you were doing at the time and include a the URL to this forum.
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Bruce Korb

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Two crash reports were auto-sent to Apple, not you-all.  Leastwise, that's what the crash reporter said.  I am certain you didn't get the full image that caused the crash.  It did take a long time, but not long enough for that.  It's a 5GB PSB file.  So, WRT "do a few times", no, thank you.  It would take a couple hours each and I doubt you'd be willing to pay me for the time. :)  Sorry, it was my profession and I'm retired now.  I will, however, send you the PSB file.  Likely the best way is via an 8GB micro SD card, but I can kick off an anonymous FTP transfer, too.  Again, message me privately and I'll send a postal address.
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