About 1 or 2 weeks ago GitHub Desktop stopped opening it’s window when lunched.
It would run in the background, you could see it in the Windows Task Manager, but its window would not open.
Looking into this on various web discussions, I found that deleting the folder named app-2.4.3 in its application data solves the problem:
This is the path to GitHub Desktop‘s data:
After deleting the folder and re-launching GitHub Desktop, I found it generated a new folder with the same name, so I guess settings for the latest update got corrupted, and the software generated new settings..
Software: Adobe Photoshop 2020 | Microsoft Windows 10
If you encountered this error message when launching Adobe Photoshop: “There was a problem with Generator. If the problem persits….”
Chances are it has to do with Windows 10 Ransomware protection blocking it and one of it’s components, and if you continue to working with Photoshop with this problem you’ll find export modules (and maybe other features) not working.
In-order to fix the problem, we have to set Windows Ransomware protection not to block these components:
In the Windows Virus & threat protection settings,
Click Manage ransomware protection:
In the Windows Ransomware protection settings,
Click Allow an app through Controlled folder access:
In the Allow an app through Controlled folder access settings, Click Add an allowed app:
To avoid having to locate the specific executable files choose Recently blocked apps:
In the Recently blocked apps select both AdobeGCClient.exe and Photoshop.exe:
* Click the plus button to add them:
You may need to to the same with many other apps.
Every time you get a Windows notification about a process being blocked,
Visit the ransomware protection setting, check what was the last app being blocked and see if it needs to be allowed to operate
Iv’e encountered a problem with loading EXR files into Photoshop CC 2018.
About 50 percent of the times the software would freeze during the load operation,
It would happen on files that I have opened many times before with previous versions of the software, and also on different PC’s.
After some testing it seams that maybe the problem is with EXR files that are compressed using PIZ Wavelet compression, although I can’t be sure because I couldn’t reproduce the problem with such files created with Blender, the problem only seams to happen with files created with 3ds max.
Does it make sense that Photoshop CC 2018 would have a problem with PIZ Compressed EXR files created with 3ds max?
I don’t know, but from the tests I did at the studio this seam to be the case…
I would love to get more info or clarification on this.