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    Black grain visible on any image I open

    Has anybody else encountered this problem? Whenever I open an image, black dots are visible over certain spots of the image, it looks like grain. After saving it, however, they are not present. I'm using CS6, so far tried deleting settings.

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    Re: Black grain visible on any image I open

    Hi psguy, welcome to the forum. Your thread was moderated by our auto spam checker. Sigh. IDK why. Anyway, I have bumped it back up for you.
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    Re: Black grain visible on any image I open

    That's odd. Can you take a screenshot? Can you explain to me how you open the images? Have you checked the original image?

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