Photoshop 22.0.1 Mac screen redraw / refresh issue

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Hello,

 

I've upgraded from 20.0.6 to 22.0.1 under MacOs Mojave and now whenever I use a slider (for example, Saturation) the image gets broken into pieces with gray rectangles all over it (see the attached example).

Never had this issue with any previous versions. "Use Graphics Processor" is off, as it has always been.

 

Anyone with a similar issue or a solution?

 

Thanks,

AR

 

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Photoshop 22.0.1 Mac screen redraw / refresh issue

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Hello,

 

I've upgraded from 20.0.6 to 22.0.1 under MacOs Mojave and now whenever I use a slider (for example, Saturation) the image gets broken into pieces with gray rectangles all over it (see the attached example).

Never had this issue with any previous versions. "Use Graphics Processor" is off, as it has always been.

 

Anyone with a similar issue or a solution?

 

Thanks,

AR

 

IMG_8149.JPGIMG_8150.JPGIMG_8157.JPGIMG_8166.JPG

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Similar problem for me on 22.1.0, the old refresh redraw bug that has plagued Macs, particularly Retina iMacs, for various versions. PLEASE FIX ASAP ADOBE. I don't want to have to zoom in and out after every change so it will refresh!

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