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Seems to be an issue when opening Camera Raw via Bridge (command/control 'R') as apposed to double click to open in Photoshop. Try that and see if you can see the numbers without the flicker.
Once again, you are correct. I usually open images from Bridge. Opening from Photoshop fixes the problem (so to speak). I'm sure this must be in the update queue. I thought the Beta was supposed to fix stuff like this... ;-)
This bug has been reported the Bridge team, but they are unable to come up with a reproducable case. (I've seen it myself sometimes with CS2, but the problem always goes away after I reboot, and then I cannot make it happen again).
Can you provide some information on your system, and and exactly what you to do to get this bug to happen?
The problem has now resolved, but here's what I can tell you.
I just installed CS3, after running the public beta. I used the installer included with the beta to uninstall (after deactivation), and I used the cmd-opt-shift on opening PS the first time to delete the prefs. I did not run the CleanMe script, as I was unaware of it. CS2 is still installed. This was on OS 10.4.9 on a G5. I do have everything incrementally backed up onto LTO3 tape, and I should be able to recover any pre-install files if necessary.
I have not re-booted after discovering the problem and its spontaneous resolution. The problem was triggered by opening NEFs into ACR directly from Bridge. I had not previously opened any RAW files (NEF or DNG) via Photoshop before this problem was noted.
After I received Jeff's post, I tried opening from PS, and the problem appeared to have resolved, at least when opening images via that route. Because it is relatively inconvenient, I eventually opened more NEFs from Bridge, and I discovered that the problem had resolved. I have still not rebooted or quit PS or Bridge.
I hope this helps, and if there's anything else I can do to help your team track this down, let me know. I have another installation yet to do, on a MacPro. I can also watch for the behavior there when the time comes, or do anything else that you might find helpful.
Thanks for your response.
This problem just inextricably recurred. Quitting PS, then opening a DNG by dragging and dropping on PS appeared to fix it again.
it appears to be consistently reproducible on my macbook pro when using the Downloader,,,which launches bridge with corrupt rgb table,,,closing ps/br/downloader,then reaunching ps/br,,,,all is normal..