PHOTOSHOP CC / ACR - New Update Gliches in Viewing on MacOS 10.10

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Since the New update to Photoshop CC. I get Big square blocks over images, sometimes black, sometimes white, can't see photo to edit a lot of the time, i have to zoom out from the image until it is very small. Wasnt doing this before. It doesnt leave the block on the output image either... thankfully, but I only pull in images from RAW so havent seen if this is happening with opening images already processed. Help please
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Photoshop hasn't had an update since December.
Are you confusing the recent Camera Raw update with a Photoshop update?

That looks like you are seeing video card driver bugs (quite common in many apps on MacOS 10.10 -- and Apple is still working to solve them).

You may need to disable GPU support in Photoshop and ACR to avoid the OS bugs.
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Hi, I didnt update in Dec. I did both updates together this week. Thank you for your info, i will disable the above and see how that goes :) Fingers crossed to Apple getting to grips with the issues too. Thanks again. Oh, can i ask, what possible issues might result from disabling the GPU support & ACR please?
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Image display will be slower, and some GPU dependent features won't be available in Photoshop (3D, some filters).
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Ok, thank you for the info. Its been very helpful.