What OS? What type of image? How do the look in Bridge?
Hi, Curt. Thanks for responding.
OS is X.4.11.
And to be honest, it didn't even occur to me to view it in Bridge; (mainly because I never use it).
Since I noticed earlier today that it's still around, I guess I was mistaken, but thought I read years ago that Adobe had abandoned it. Then again, I've also never really missed it, because until now, PhotosShop has served all my needs.
I don't understand why color adjustments suddenly have become a problem. If I did, I might at least be able to figure out a work-around.
Could you please post a screenshot to illustrate the issue?
which turned out to be a problem when I tried to follow the instructions for creating new adjustment layers.
The Adjustments and Appearance Panels are younger than CS2, but is the CS2 Help not on the original medium?
Someone recently posted this link, maybe it applies here.
It looks like shutting down my Mac with the power button created more problems than just highlightimng. I've spent the last 15 minutes trying to capture a screenshot (using both command/shift/3 and command/shift/4) and neither works.
Can only imagine what else has been corrupted.
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Thanks. But it looks like in all my frustration, I wasn't sure my original call for help had posted, so must have submitted the same question again.
But I just had a new thought on the problem. While reviewing a story I received from another website, I noticed that the photos attached to the article looked a lot like what I described in my message. It made me wonder if I have a software problem at all . . . or if it's the screen on my Mac that needs recalibration!
It only took 2 minutes to find a website that discussed it — with sample screens to help determine if that was what I'm dealing with. Since a screen supposedly showing a mix of numbered, grey boxes looked totally white to me and I could only see the white numbers on a screen that supposedly contained boxes in varying shades of black, I think I might be on the right track. Just not sure, since I had to reach the bottom of the page before spotting the pitch for a product that supposedly will recalibrate for me. I'm not sure I want to tackle recalibration on my own, but may call the Mac Geniuses at our local mall and see if my hunch is right . . .and if so, what they would charge to do it for me.
BTW, if it sounds like a calibration problem, do you think moving my computer from one desk top another (just 5 feet away) could have caused it? I'm not sure, since it wasn't on my mind at the time, but I think that's roughly when I first started to notice discrepancies in color.
There are a number of websites that have monitor color calibration charts for free. While not as precise as a hardware puck system it would tell you if you have a problem. Here is one http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/ for LCD monitor.
PS: I just skimmed thru that article you recommended. Haven't digested the whole thing yet, but can already see that I probably hit the nail on the head myself. Those photos midway down the page are exactly what you would have seen if I had been able to capture a screenshot.(i.e., mostly red and yellow images with dark blue and black shadows).
Thanks for your help in confirming the probable source of my problems.!!