it seems the grid is rendered double the size of original image. someone help, please.
There are more issues coming up with 5k Retina display. It seems photoshop can't handle that higher resolution...
it seems the grid becomes twice the size (200%) when applied to photoshop.
as a workaround a create a copy of my picture reduced to 50% and place it in the upper left corner of my psd.-file.
I'll use this to set up my grid. When "rendered to photoshop" it becomes twice the size again and matches the original image.
...just in case anyone experienced the same problem
Same problem on my MacbookPro. The only workaround I can think of at the moment is to start up Photoshop in low resolution. Select the application and choose Info.
Thanks Rudi. I'll give it a try.
thanks for tripping me off about the 'low res version'. It works for me.
Still I hope Adobe will fix all filters and get the application ready for HIDPI as soon as possible
OMG! What a load of crap and thank you for posting this. I spent 3 solid hours to do something that I have done hundreds of times before, apply a Vanishing Point filter. I kept thinking I had some non-default setting on and was literally screaming at my new iMac. I NEVER thought it would be the cause. It was actually easier to reinstall CS5 on an older Mac and just do the stuff I needed. This is crazy. I fully get why Adobe doesn't support this yet but to not make a huge deal out of it so people know about it is just wrong. When I searched for Vanishing Point on the Forums, this thread showed almost the bottom of the first page. It should be stuck to the top until they fix it.