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Old 24-04-16, 11:17
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CS6 resizing problem As a long time user of Photoshop starting with PS 6 in 2001, I'm finding this rather embarrassing. So First of all my excuses . A lot of problems with the last two win 10 updates, now on build 14328, plus the fact all of the household are just recovering from a nasty outbreak of the norovirus. Now my problem.

After a week of illness and PC problems I took a photo on Saturday, edited to my satisfaction in the Tiff format. Made a jpg copy and went to resize for upload to the 'net, but the program refuses to allow any changes in the Image resize box.

Sorry for such a stupid question, I think my brain must be seriously affected.

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Old 25-04-16, 10:22
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No Harry not "Brain". The quality of your image IQ totally rolls that out.
Must be a local pc messed up. Close and reopen the program or reboot and see what happens. Also use the alternative resizing such as decreasing the size directly from Image option rather than Resize for net.
Hope you are well and in perfect health now.
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Old 25-04-16, 10:27
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Oh by the way, I am just discovering how harder it is to set up a Restore point and Restore the Windows 10 that is a function that has totally saved my butt a lot of times in older windows (Even from Ransomwares).

I must learn a lot more regarding Windows 10 and not sure why I had to leave windows 7 in first place. Thank you MS for your greed & hunger regarding my wallet.
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Old 25-04-16, 11:14
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Sassan. Thanks for the compliment, I also find doing a restore fails to work as it should, for this reason I keep a duplicate copy of Win 10 One build behind.
Sunday I booted into build 14316 and CS6 behaved perfectly. So have rolled back to build on my other drive, Now on both my copies of Win 10 build 14316 CS6 works perfectly.
Will update one of my drives to 14328 later today just to check if it was just a glitch in the update procedure.

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