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Any chance you have been switching "Proof Colours" on/off by accident (Ctrl+Y on Windows)
As clumsy as I am, I won't rule that out. However, I feel I haven't noticed any pattern for when the color shifts happen.
I'll keep any eye out for the possibility that maybe I've been mistakenly hitting "command+Y" when I attempt to transform an object with "command+T".
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If it happens again it is easily checked by hitting Ctrl+Y and see if it switches back.
Let us know either way
Yes, that's pretty much the only possible explanation.
Mine is doing the same thing. I just started my creative cloud subscription and noticed it right away when looking at a portrait. Although for me it doesn't shift to desaturate or mute... it shifts to suddenly oversaturate. Which of course is frustrating because it causes your eyes to sort of bug out. Definitely need consistent color when working on fine detail color balancing.
It seems to do this when I am shifting viewing modes. Not touching any other keys.. not changing any profiles. But simply hitting the F button on a mac to toggle between full screen mode and the work screen.
The only thing I can think of is that this is because it is cloud based software and is depending on internet? Maybe a lull in processing power? I have no idea. It's odd that only one other person is experiencing this here.
Ahhh...the F key. That's a Mac OS bug that has been reported before, although I thought that was fixed a long time ago.