Could you post screenshots with all pertinent Panels and dialogs visible?
Does turning off »Use Graphics Processor« in the Performance Preferences (Photoshop > Preferences > Performance > Graphic Processor Settings) and restarting Photoshop have any bearing on the issue?
Okay I did have Use Graphics Processer checked. I unchecked it and it looks liked it did solve the issue much to my relief. Thank you mate for your feedback.
I appreciate it!
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If you have not reset the Photoshop preferences, you may want to try it. Resetting often solves weird glitchy things.
- If you have customized any keyboard shortcuts, menus, Toolbar items, you may want to save a Workspace and save those items as well: Follow these instructions: Adobe Photoshop workspace basics (https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/workspace-basics.html)
- Make sure Photoshop is not running.
- Start Photoshop, WHILE at the same time, hold down the following keyboard keys down:
- On a PC: Ctrl + Alt + Shift
- On a Mac: Command + Alt + Shift
- Continue to hold those 3 keys down until a dialog box pops up
- Click Yes
- If you saved a workspace: Once Photoshop completely loads, go to Window (Menu) > Workspaces and find your settings. If you did not save a Workspace, it will be reset to default settings.
Unfortunately turning off »Use Graphics Processor« is no proper solution as it invalidates GPU dependent features (like the Rotate View Tool and some Filter acceleration for example) but it indicates problems with the GPU driver or the OS.