M1 Mac mini weird lag on start of liquify

Explorer ,
Mar 20, 2021 Mar 20, 2021

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Hi,

 

I was wondering if there's anyone else having this issue,

 

M1 Mac mini with macOS Big Sur v11.2.3.

Photoshop v22.3 (natively. no rosetta option)

 

when I open up an image in liquify and twirl around pen or mouse

(I am eager to make changes)

there's about 5 seconds of lag

where the cursor goes slow-mo on the path I just went through.

 

https://youtu.be/xENojK1w8mU

despite what it says on the screen shot image I was usingmacOS v11.2.3Photoshop v22.3.0 running without rosettaWacom tablet driver 6.3.42-1going into liquify...
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Explorer ,
Mar 22, 2021 Mar 22, 2021

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just an update,

 

weirdly, the mouse lag isn't present

if I enter liquify with "Face Tool" "Hand Tool" and "Zoom Tool"

as my first choice of tool.

(i.e. quit liquify with any of the said three tools and re-enter liquify)

 

Every other tools are lagging.

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Explorer ,
Mar 22, 2021 Mar 22, 2021

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Oh, and I've also tried resetting the preferences and re-installing the app with v22.3.0

 

but so far, the only solution at this point for me is to revert back to previous version, 22.2.0

 

which is disappointing but,

I guess it's going to be a while for me to fully experience M1 support. Just yet.

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