Pan tool smoothing/interpolation

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Apr 09, 2022 Apr 09, 2022

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When using the pan tool in photoshop cc, it looks as some sort of smoothing algorythm is applied.  It's aweful and essentially results in user input lag.  I can find no options to turn this off.  It's as though the same "brush  tool smoothing" is applied to other tools at but with no option to change it.

 

I also notice this when using other tools, such as moving a selection.  I want true 1 to 1 input.  These tools noticibly lag behind the position of the mouse cursor.  I have no problem in cs6 with this. 

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Apr 11, 2022 Apr 11, 2022

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@ruskul Could you launch the latest version of Photoshop you're using where you are seeing this and go to Help > System Info, click Copy, open a text doc (Notepad), Paste and save the doc and attach it here?  Thanks. 

 

Side note/questions: Do you have Flick Panning enabled in Preferences > Tools?  Are Rulers on or off when you see this lag?  In Preferences > Technology Previews, what is checked/enabled there?

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