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  1. The problem has been discussed a lot of times in the AMD Kernel development but nobody seems to care. I have an all-round very good AMD hackintosh with the FX-8320 processor and the Bronya kernel. The problem is that on many Adobe products, certain tools crash the apps. The most apparent one is the "Black and White" filter on Photoshop CS6 and CC. Has anybody had this problem as well? Has anyone fixed it? I read that it has to do with the kernel that we are using and the SSSE3 emulator that it has. If anybody knows more things about it we would appreciate it. ? Thanks!
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