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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Adobe Photoshop Flickers in Windows 8

Did you encounter flickering or basically image not staying put inside Adobe Photoshop CS6? Well, I guess that's the reason you are here in the first place. But fundamentally, the problem neither lies with Adobe nor Microsoft. I can bet you are almost 100% using a AMD graphics card!

Basically its the AMD graphics driver for now. As of today, its still not fixed and to temporary fix this, Adobe actually recommend to disable graphics acceleration inside Adobe Photoshop for now.

Change the GPU Drawing Mode to Basic:
  1. In Photoshop, choose Edit > Preferences > Performance.
  2. Select Advanced Settings.
  3. Choose Basic from the Drawing Mode pop-up menu.
  4. Click OK to close the dialog boxes.

While its not the best way to do it, I guess everyone will have to live with it until AMD fixes this or get a Nvidia card to replace it.

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