I am experiencing an issue currently in 22.5.1 (but I am pretty sure it was also happening in previous versions) where using the scroll wheel to change path shape parameters in the properties panel causes the document path display to become corrupted, paths disappear or start to jitter and leave an “after image”, in short, the paths don’t get rendered correctly. This happens in both GPU accelerated and non-GPU accelerated modes, I am on Windows 10 Pro.
Steps to reproduce:
Create a new RGB transparent document.
Select the Rectangle Tool, make sure you are in Path mode.
Create a rectangle.
Create another rectangle.
Select the Path Selection Tool and use it to drag the shapes around noting everything is “hunky-dory”.
Select one of the rectangles and open the properties panel make sure the panel is in Shape Properties mode.
Move the mouse over the W field and click once.
Use your scroll wheel to increment or decrement the value, if you have the Windows setting that mandates the mouse has to be over the field being manipulated make sure the caret is on top of the field or the scroll wheel won’t change the value and the bug wont manifest.
Note that as soon as you use the scroll wheel to change the value even by one pixel the rectangle starts to jitter, move around and generally start acting weird, from this point on the only way to recover the document is to save and re-open which enable you to continue working.
At least it is still possible to save your work and continue by opening the document again but a fix for this would be appreciated as I like using the mouse scroll wheel to change parameters.