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Ctrl+Z lag issue with Wacom Intuos CTL-6100WL

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Hello,

My Photoshop version is this one : 20.0.5 20190605.r.83 2019/06/05: 1206907 x64

I use a Wacom Intuos CTL-6100WL and after few days working on a .PSD document, I noticed the Ctrl+Z command freeze Photoshop during about 20 seconds before being able to do anything. Others apps are operating properly while this lag occur, and I've tryed to fix it by following many video showing how to optimize Photoshop in the performances settings :

- Setted the history of undo to less than 20

- Memory use about 80%, trying to close any other apps

- disable OpenGL and graphic acceleration.

I also followed this link : https://helpx.adobe.com/in/photoshop/kb/photoshop-slow-lags.html

 

But the problem perstist.

Did you had similar issue? Did you fixed it ?

Thanks for any help!

 

And I have this laptop to work on ( Sorry my version of Photoshop is in French :

Windows 10 64 bits 1992 MHz
Mémoire intégrée : 7899 Mo
Mémoire libre : 6345 Mo
Mémoire disponible pour Photoshop : 7210 Mo
Mémoire utilisée par Photoshop : 88 %
Calques d'alias : Désactivé.
Palette de touches de modification : Activé.
Highbeam: Activé.
Taille de la mosaïque d'images : 1028K
Niveaux de mémoire cache de l'image : 4
Aperçu de la police : Moyenne
Compositeur de texte : Latin
Affichage : 1
Limites d'affichage : haut = 0, gauche = 0, bas = 1080, droite = 1920
Dessin OpenGL : Désactivé.
Anciens GPU OpenGL autorisés : Non détectés.
AIFCoreInitialized=1
AIFOGLInitialized=1
OGLContextCreated=1
NumGLGPUs=1
NumCLGPUs=1
NumNativeGPUs=0

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Ctrl+Z lag issue with Wacom Intuos CTL-6100WL

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Hello,

My Photoshop version is this one : 20.0.5 20190605.r.83 2019/06/05: 1206907 x64

I use a Wacom Intuos CTL-6100WL and after few days working on a .PSD document, I noticed the Ctrl+Z command freeze Photoshop during about 20 seconds before being able to do anything. Others apps are operating properly while this lag occur, and I've tryed to fix it by following many video showing how to optimize Photoshop in the performances settings :

- Setted the history of undo to less than 20

- Memory use about 80%, trying to close any other apps

- disable OpenGL and graphic acceleration.

I also followed this link : https://helpx.adobe.com/in/photoshop/kb/photoshop-slow-lags.html

 

But the problem perstist.

Did you had similar issue? Did you fixed it ?

Thanks for any help!

 

And I have this laptop to work on ( Sorry my version of Photoshop is in French :

Windows 10 64 bits 1992 MHz
Mémoire intégrée : 7899 Mo
Mémoire libre : 6345 Mo
Mémoire disponible pour Photoshop : 7210 Mo
Mémoire utilisée par Photoshop : 88 %
Calques d'alias : Désactivé.
Palette de touches de modification : Activé.
Highbeam: Activé.
Taille de la mosaïque d'images : 1028K
Niveaux de mémoire cache de l'image : 4
Aperçu de la police : Moyenne
Compositeur de texte : Latin
Affichage : 1
Limites d'affichage : haut = 0, gauche = 0, bas = 1080, droite = 1920
Dessin OpenGL : Désactivé.
Anciens GPU OpenGL autorisés : Non détectés.
AIFCoreInitialized=1
AIFOGLInitialized=1
OGLContextCreated=1
NumGLGPUs=1
NumCLGPUs=1
NumNativeGPUs=0

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Jul 26, 2020

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I have the same issue, I don't have lag or anything else with the program, I have change the performance settings over and over again but it stills lags a lot when I use Ctrl+z 

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