Photoshop 2015.1.2: Artifacts appears when using Brush

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Obviously is video card related with the 2015.1.2 update. This just dissapear when zoom in/out. Very annoying when drawing/painting!

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diego perez

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Chris Cox

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What OS version are you using?

That looks like some sort of video driver bug, but could also be caused by some other drivers (cursor utilities, and an old tablet menu driver).
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diego perez

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OSX 10.11.3 / and latest Driver 6.3.15-2 for my intuos 4.
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Chris Cox

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Hmm, we haven't seen that on MacOS at all.

Which Macintosh system are you using? And which GPU model?
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diego perez

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it's not photoshop. the problem is the latest web driver for nvidia for 10.11.3 (WebDriver-346.03.05f01) Thanks Chris!
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Ah, you're not using the OS drivers. OK, please let Nvidia know about this problem -I'm sure their driver engineers will get on it quickly (yes, I know a few of them).
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I'm having the exact same problem. Turning off use GPU in photo shop performance preferences fixes it but you can't rotate the screen. ARRRG!!
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Again, this is due to problems with your video card drivers. Check with your GPU maker for updated drivers (unless you are on MacOS, and need to check with Apple).