I have Photoshop CS5 which translates AutoCad generated drawings with solid hatch perfectly into smooth colour fields. I recently got CC2015 and it does a terrible job, with the solid hatch lines (the way Autocad renders the hatch is a series of closely spaced lines which create a solid fill) all out of alignment and white spaces in between. Testing with Acrobat preferences shows that it relates to the variable preference-page display- "Smooth Line Art" - by toggling this on in Acrobat you can see two results of the the CS5 version (smooth line art off) and the horrible scratchy CC 2015 version (smooth line art on). This is my principle use of the software, and I work at very high resolutions, so I am pretty annoyed at this step backwards in my expensive new software. Due to this problem I have to keep my CS5 going, just to translate PDF's into acceptable raster images. Is there any setting in CC where this can be a translation variable, or at worst in a plug-in, and can it be added please Adobe? I can't be the only person wanting to translate hatched Autocad drawings into image file formats and hatch the solid areas look solid rather than something that has been shredded and scratched. It appears the "smooth line art" setting is default in the translation, and it really should not be.