I wonder if this happens to anyone else. Everytime I open Photoshop and either open a file or start a new one for the first time.
It’s harmless and it goes away eventually, usually when I use the select tool. But the bizarre thing is that all the glitch tiles in this shot are coming from a DS emulator I use while running Windows in Boot Camp mode.
How do those graphics get all the way from Windows to here?
- adamnorwood said: Photoshop does stuff like that to me, too, but it’s never as interesting as your DS glitch art there! Mine goes away if I hit F a couple of times to toggle between the full screen modes…
- davedrewisthebest said: Your Photoshop is posessed by Missigno?!?!?!? Is bad, BUT AWESOME!!!
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- zorilita said: Seems like a video card error.
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- atomicpanda said: Take the cartridge out and blow on it. It should fix it.
- kutani said: The video card memory isn’t getting cleared between reboots (probably a boot camp thing), and Photoshop is assuming that certain memory will be blank and using it, when it isn’t blank at all. Interesting bug!
- k7vin said: my roommate has gotten this with his mac before!
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