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.
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.
Same here as well, any larger brush new MacBook Air 13", Haswell 1.7 GHz, 8GB, 512 SSD, Photoshop CS6, OS X v10.8.4.
Called support, and was told to call Adobe. Called support again and had better help the 2nd time. Did the following:
- Created new user account, system restart
- Did a hardware test (press D key and start computer)
- Changed performance setting in CS6 (Preferences-> Performance-> Graphics Processor Setting-> Drawing Mode = Basic)
The problem persists no matter what and larger brushes are unusable. I hope someone is listening to these issues as I don't seem to be alone.