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  • Photoshop: Smart Object Corruption

    We got a file from a client that appeared to me to have corruption. Other artists in the company could not see the corruption.

    My version of PS is 2017.1.0

    Those who cannot see it have 2017.0.1 or 2017.0.0

    All on MAC 10.10.5

    One of the IT guys could see it on PS 2017.0.0 on Windows 7.

    We discovered the corruption was due to a Smart Object. The file is in CMYK and the Smart Object was in RGB. Converting the Smart Object to CMYK removed the corruption. - see image below.

    Any ideas as to why some artists can see it and some cannot based on PS version and/or OS?

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