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Lewitje Level 1 Level 1

I just got the new Macbook Air 13", when I use the brush tool in Photoshop CS6 and it goes over 100px my screen starts to flicker wildly, its completly unusable.

 

Ive tried turning the graphics card prossesing on and off, basic, advanced etc... Nothing works.

Any ideas?

 

Thank you.


MacBook Air (13-inch Mid 2013), OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.4)
Solved by Lewitje on Jun 19, 2013 1:36 PM Solved

I found the issue it was OSX, I just upgraded to Mavericks and the problem has gone!

 

Crazy, it was a very annoying bug, it made photoshop almost unusable!

Reply by blundergunt on Jun 19, 2013 9:40 AM Helpful

Same here.  Macbook Air 6,2 (mid 2013 Haswell, 1.7ghz) Brushes in Photoshop CS6 make the screen flicker in the rectangular region across the screen from the cursor's current position to the bottom of the screen.  If I try to tough it out, after a few moments, graphical junk begins to appear.

 

Changing the resolution of the display to the next highest setting provides temporary relief.  Hopefully this isn't a hardware issue, but a drivers/software one.

 

BG

Reply by MrJosefK on Jul 19, 2013 2:17 AM Helpful

 

Hi guys I have found an update for this please follow the below:   1)http://www.macrumors.com/2013/07/18/apple-releases-macbook-air-software-update-t o-fix-photoshop-screen-flickering-and-wi-fi-connection-issues/  2)Click on "released an update"   3)this will take you to "http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1672?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US"  4) Download this.  5) Run Software updates from Apple menu.  6) the update should also appear in updates   7)Run this, Install and restart your system.  I have just run this and so far it appears to have resolved this..... fingers crossed and good luck... please share and let me know how you get on  Good Luck!!!!!!!

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