Look, if you're stuck in Photoshop's "Edit in quick mask mode," and your colors are acting all kinds of strange, here's the no-nonsense fix: Head to the top panel, click on "Select," and in the dropdown, uncheck "Edit in quick mask mode." This flips you back to automatic RGB channel selection and you'll be back to editing like a champ.
Many users find themselves in a loop, repeatedly switching from the hidden alpha channel to RGB, only to encounter the same problem moments later. In this article, we'll delve into the root cause of this issue and provide you with a step-by-step guide to permanently resolve it, so you can get back to editing your images without any hiccups.
I've been in your shoes, and trust me, the fix is easier than you think. If you're stuck in "Edit in quick mask mode" in Photoshop and you're wondering why your colors are acting weird, don't stress. Here's how to sort it out, step-by-step:
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