New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….

Original story (published on November 02, 2021) follows:

Illustrator v26 is the latest version of Adobe’s drawing and design software. However, it seems that this update brought some issues with it. Also, Adobe Photoshop v23 update is giving headaches to macOS users.

According to user reports, special characters are not working in some languages after upgrading to Adobe Illustrator v26. In addition to the above, the most recent Photoshop v23 is crashing in macOS devices.

Special characters not working on Adobe Illustrator v26

Not being able to use special characters in certain languages is being a bit troublesome for some users, according to reports:

I can’t comment on the “č” key. Maybe make a bug report? Or first try and reset the preferences?

But the automatic update can be turned off in the Creative Cloud app in the preferences.

Fortunately, a member of the Adobe team confirmed that they are already aware of this issue.

Thanks for sharing the details, @jakubF. We’re able to replicate this issue at our end and our engineers are working on it. I would request if you could upvote this issue here and stay tuned for updates. Regards!

It looks like Adobe developers worked quickly on the issue, and the fix is reportedly implemented in the latest beta version of Adobe Illustrator.


If all goes well, the fix should be massively rolled out very soon in Adobe Illustrator v26.0.1 stable update. It only remains to wait for users to confirm if the bug is really resolved once the new update is available.

Latest Photoshop v23 is crashing on macOS

Photoshop v23, the latest update to another of Adobe’s most widely used products, reportedly brought some problems for macOS users.

According to user reports, Photoshop v23 is constantly crashing on Apple devices running macOS:

I have less than a year old iMac and haven’t had a PS crash since I got the new iMac. That is until the upgrade to PS 23.0 Now I am crashing about 50% of the time on the transfer from RAW to PS. Is this a known bug? If so, is it going to be patched?

Adobe developers are also aware of the problem. However, in this case, the situation is still under investigation:


At the moment, affected users can only wait for new updates on this matter. To keep you informed, we’ll update this article as and when any further development takes place. So keep a track of this space.

Update 1 (November 06)

03:40 pm (IST): An Adobe employee confirmed that they tried to address the issue with the latest Prerelease build of 26.0.1. So you may want to check it out in case you were troubled by the issue.

Thanks for your time and patience. We have tried to address this issue in our latest Prerelease build of 26.0.1.

Please follow the instructions below to get CCD Prerelease to build.

– If you are not already part of the Illustrator Prerelease program, then please click this link to join the prerelease –
– Accept Prerelease Agreement.
– Go to Creative Cloud Desktop and look for Prerelease in the Apps section.
– Install/Update to Illustrator Prerelease 26.0.1 from Creative Cloud Desktop Pre-Release Tab(This will not replace the existing installation of Release build of Illustrator).

PiunikaWeb started as purely an investigative tech journalism website with main focus on ‘breaking’ or ‘exclusive’ news. In no time, our stories got picked up by the likes of Forbes, Foxnews, Gizmodo, TechCrunch, Engadget, The Verge, Macrumors, and many others. Want to know more about us? Head here.

Jean Leon
1613 Posts

A tech enthusiast since ever. I like to always be up to date on the latest news in the industry and write about it. Twitter: @jean_ERdC

Next article View Article

[Updated] Instagram crashing on all Android phones, but there are workarounds

Here's the crux of the article in video form: New updates are being added at the bottom of this story……. Original story from (June 5, 2018) follows: We're...
Jul 10, 2023 6 Min Read