Photoshop: problems using Liquify in CC 2014

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Something is happening to me after I updated yesterday to latest CC.

It seems that now I have to lower the opacity in order to "alter" the current layer. Otherwise, it is telling me that my backdrop is preventing me from showing changes.
Oddly it seems to work after 80%, but this is not what I am accustomed to. I always use 100% before yesterday. What does opacity settings have to do with this update?

I read around and took the advice to turn off graphics processing, even though I've never needed to before the update. Did not work.

Simply, I am on middle layer and I need to see the top layer.
So I am "use top layer", mode "in front"... I believe that is the way I have always done this. Did something change?

Thanks for any support.

Note: This topic was created from a reply on the Photoshop CS6: black screen problem with liquify (ATI drivers) topic.
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It still works as I expect in my previous version CS5.

I may have missed something in the change logs, but I don't really read the fine print as much as I used to.

Is there a workaround, as I really do not want to use both versions like this.

thanks so much!