1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 27, 2013 11:37 PM by Mylenium

    Photoshop OpenGL support disabled


      I recently bought a Wacom Cintiq and installed it as my second monitor.  When I start Photoshop CC 64bit, if it opens on my first monitor I am able to use OpenGL features like rotating the canvas or seeing the eye dropper wheel.  This continues to work if I drag Photoshop onto my second monitor.  However, if PS starts on my second monitor, whenever I try to use the OpenGL features I get error messages saying that OpenGL is disabled for the window.


      I would like to be able to open PS on my second monitor and still have all the OpenGL features work.