Okay..screw this. I tried posting this question in other places, the thread got over 100 views with NO responses....so lame! So I'm posting it here in hope that somebody can tell me:
I've tried installing Photoshop CS6 several times, installing different video drivers, deleting Photoshop's preferences, and a few other things with no success.
The problem is that the canvas looks really choppy when I move it around with the hand tool, and there's definitely screen tearing when I zoom in and out by holding the "z" key.
In CS5, in the performance section, when I click on "advanced settings" I get a vertical sync checkbox and another about anti-aliasing paths. In CS6 I don't get these checkboxes at all. Instead, it's something about "cuda" and other not very useful options. I've even tried turning on v-sync manually in the nvidia control panel just for photoshop with no success.
For the moment, I'm using CS5 because it works correctly for me.
Does anybody actually have a vertical sync option in CS6?
6 years, 9 months ago
05 Jun 2012 04:13 CEST