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Green progress line.


Mavis Tompkins

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After using Photoshop CS5 for a few years, (amateur only), I am now having trouble each time I use a tool on my photo's, i.e. for contrast, filters, etc., in that a broad green moving 'progress' line scrolls across the top, and this takes several seconds. I can't stop it, and it is wasting precious time. I am an 85 yr old amateur but enjoy working on PS.
 

IamSam

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Hello Mavis and welcome to PSG.

I'm not familiar with the green progress line that your speaking of, but I'm assuming it's associated with Ps running a bit slow.

Can you tell us what your computer specs are?
 

Mavis Tompkins

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Thank you. The green band that goes across is a sort of percentage line. It happens whenever I click on 'Crop' . My laptop is an HP Pavilion 15-n276sa 15.6"
I am using Windows 10.
I have not experienced this problem before, I has occurred recently. A friend says it happens to his computer when adjusting a number of photo's, But I only use Photoshop ocasionally, and on one photo at a time.
 

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