opening liquify makes screen flicker black

New Here ,
Apr 10, 2021 Apr 10, 2021

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I've run into an issue and i have no idea whats going on. When I open liquify in photoshop my screen starts blinking black whenever I move my mouse.

 

But when i move photoshop (still opened) unto my other screen (I have a dual screen setup) and open liquify on it it works perfectly fine. If i move the liquify window over to my original screen the flickering starts again. 

 

I have the latest drivers for photoshop, gpu and my monitors.

I have tried disabling graphics processor as well as all extra options in there. (use opencl, 30bit display, etc)

I have tried basic normal and advanced drawing mode.

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Apr 10, 2021 Apr 10, 2021

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interesting tidbit is that I can also have photoshop and liquify open on my main monitor and as long as my mouse cursor is on my second monitor i get no black screen that keeps turning on and off. the second I move the cursor over to the main screen though it starts going black again. If i keep the mouse still it stops.

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Jul 02, 2021 Jul 02, 2021

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I am havin the same problem. Is your main monitor also conntected via Display Port? I'll try a VESA certificated cable next week, because most full screen apps cause a connection lost between GPU and main monitor.

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