Several glitches while zooming on Photoshop CC 2015

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Hi! I'm finding several glitches today using my new Photoshop CC 2015. I have attatched several screenshots. The block ones (black and white) appear while zooming. And the lines one, appears when I quit de board border line.:

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Elena

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Chris Cox

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What OS version are you using?
Have you tried disabling GPU drawing in Photoshop?
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Elena Ferrer

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Hi
I am using 10.10.2 . I have just tried to disable GPU and nothing happens...
Thanks!
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Disabling GPU drawing and restarting the app should solve it.
And yes, MacOS 10.10 has more than a few video driver bugs that Apple is still working to solve.
Also, you should install the 10.10.3 update to pick up all their other bug fixes.
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I am having the same problem with intermittent black blocking when zooming in.
If i disable the GPU, doesn't it compromise the performance?
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Elena Ferrer

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Chris,
At this moment the problem is fixed with the system update :)

Thanks very much,

Elena
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I'm having consistent recurrence of same problem with zoom, stretch, black boxes. I'm using 10.10.3.



It's happened before, but much worse since 2015 update.
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It's exactly related to where the application window sits on my screen.





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I uninstalled, and reinstalled, CC 2015. Seems to make a difference.

But stilllllll verrrrrrrry slowwwwwww in some instances, like highlighting an action. Really? Thinking hard about highlighting an action? It is a CC problem I didn't have on my CS6.