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When using two windows scrub zoom is only available for one of them. (Likley not a problem with OpenGL)
Using OS windows 7, Version cs6 photoshop.
Would you please try the following steps:
Please let us know if it helps.
Glad to help
When opening the preferences, it say "An integer between 96 and 8 is required. Closest value inserted." i can't even go to performance setting. That alert is always show up every time i click preference
this solution fixed ALL of my ZOOM and SCROLL LAGGING issues I was having. now I can smoothly and quickly zoom in and out with any method or tool ❤️
Thanks for the solution. But is there a better way so that I can use "Advanced" mode, not limited by "Basic"?
My Advanced settings are greyed out as well. What can I do to fix this?
If your video card doesn't support it, it will be greyed out.
It was working fine last week! I updated Photoshop and suddenly it didn't work. When I went back to earlier versions it still was greyed out.
Any chance Use Graphics Processor needs to be checked? (Just hoping...)
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Yeah I have the same problem too. Also working up until recently
I don't think this problem has actually been solved. Mine was also working fine until suddenly it stopped.
I think it has to do with RAM intensive files. One of my PSDs allows scrubby zoom, but another doesn't.
I'm not keen on the consistency of this at all. As it's not immediately obvious as to which method you're meant to use on a per-file basis?
Crazy. It's like the new and completely inconsistent scale tool.
Just tried this and it works! As someone that learned Photoshop with Scrubby Zoom enabled this is a life saver when it happens to turn off every now and then.
I have tried this and it does not work. Any other fixes?
This has been a long recurring problem for me, and the problem has not been sufficiently solved. Some things I have noticed. Sometimes when using lightroom CC classic and photoshop at the same time a lot of ram is used up photoshop turns off some of their features to still function properly. Turn off lightroom restart photoshop scrubby zoom is back. The 'more complicated problem' sometimes, when updates for my Nvidia graphics cards are installed it dramatically changes the screen experience and I have to reset my dull monitors and other settings, and scrubby zoom is unavailable till either adobe updates photoshop or Nvidia updates the graphics cards or I find a solution first. Best thing for me is to get used to not using scrubby.
I don' know if this will help anyone but i had a similar issue, my scrubby zoom being greyed out and all, looked at a whole bunch of these conversations, tried all the graphics processor advanced settings thing and nothing worked I couldnt find a solution that worked online anywhere, but I fiddled around and figured this out.
If its greyed out and nothing else works it could be your GPU, either its not powerful enough or your dumb computer is using the weaker GPU for your cintiq or whatever screen tablet you're using like mine was, so go to display settings (windows 10 btw) and then under the multiple displays section, under graphics settings, select classic app>browse>find where photoshop.exe is stored> select> select high performance>restart computer, this fixed it for me, hope it helps someone else if they're having the same issue I was!
Recent laptops' CPU (both Intel & AMD) has a built-in discrete GPU, which is a very weak GPU. If that is the only GPU your laptop has, then scrubby zoom won't work. Workstation laptops have both discrete and a dedicated GPU. In order to use scrubby zoom, you must disable discrete GPU option in your laptop's bios setup.
Hello, good evening. It did not work on my PC.
It worked! Thank you.