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This being my first time here. I have to say that the interface is not at all clear: it is, in fact,patently misleading. It asks one to enter a question, but provides only the one box, albeit small. It was only when I had entered the whole question there, and clicked 'ask now' that it unfolded to a subject box, and a message box. I saw no link to edit the subject, so I simply re-entered the message in the message box. I do have to ask why someone, with a frustrating problem with an Adobe product should have to suffer the added frustration of a poorly designed message interface, and then be further frustrated on being lectured about how to post a message - when the content of that criticism must be well known, even to every halfwit. Obviously, when one encounters this poorly designed interface,which suddenly becomes normal, one would not repeat the procedure of entering a message in what turns out to be only the subject area.
Well, Gottfried, you are not addressing Adobe in these user forums at all.
You are requesting help from volunteers who give of their time without charge.
We are well aware of the massive shortcomings of these forums, which get worse by the day, and of the abysmally poor Adobe customer and tech service.
Now, we still don't know what exact version of the application you are running, nor the machine specs I referenced earlier.
The application is, as said in my original message, Photoshop CC 2014, 64 bit.
Computer is Toshiba Satellite C70D-A-108. Specs are also as I said in my original message, and again as follows:
- Windows 8 64-bit
- AMD Essentials E1-2100 Accelerated Processor
- Hard disk 750 GB
- 4,096 (1x) MB, DDR3 RAM (1,333 MHz)
- AMD E1-2100 APU with AMD Radeon™ HD 8210 Graphics
Troubleshooting steps to date were also in original message.
I thank you in anticipation of your helpful comments
What EXACT version of CC2014 ? (Want to see if you have applied all available updates or not.)
4 GB is not that much RAM. The minimum requirements stated by Adobe are overly optimistic. These days 8 GB is considered the minimum. 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB are common, and 128 GB is not unheard of.
How much VRAM is installed on your graphics card ?
Your issues could be blamed on insufficient resources. I hope users with more Puppet Warp experience chime in.
The exact version is
According ti CC that is up to date.
Can you please tell me how I find out how much VRAM is installed on the graphics card?
I have to say I doubt that resources are the problem, because, up to a month or so ago, puppet warp was working fine.