Question: “Photoshop is giving me a lot of errors, things keep disappearing, and stuff is just not right. What should I do?”
Answer: The 1st thing Adobe will tell you in this situation is to reset your preferences as they may have become corrupt. Restart Photoshop. As it is starting up, hold down “alt, crtl, and shift” for a PC or “option, command, shift” for a Mac. A message will come up asking if you want to delete your current settings. You will need to click yes. Before you do all this, if you have saved a lot of preferences, you may want to make notes on those so you can reset things how you like once Photoshop is back up and running. If this does not work, you need to call Adobe Tech Support. Start by telling them you already reset preferences, or chances are they will tell you to do this 1st.
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