First things first. Are you fully patched to 9.2.1?
Yes, I'm using version 9.2.1. x64
Windows 7 Professional 64 bit Service Pack 1
As an experiment, try using the basic windows theme.
I’m not seeing anything like that here but I’m on Windows 8.
My guess would be a video issue somewhere and since you’re the first to report this, most likely specific to your system.
I would like to add that I am experiencing the same issues.
Our studio has just upgraded to CC from CS6 and I'm having screen
tearing and redraw issues when scrolling through my InDesign documents.
I have CS6 and CC open with identical documents:
— CS6 renders the document fine when scrolling,
— CC renders the document when scrolling with significantly distracting screen tear / render lag.
Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10.1
Mac Pro (Late 2013)
Processor: 3.5 GHz 6-Core Intel Xeon E5
Memory: 32 GB 1866 MHz DDR3 ECC
Graphics: AMD FirePro D300 2048 MB
Which version of CC?
Interface>Live Screen Drawing
Change from Immediate to Delayed or vice versa.
See if that helps.
Thanks for the advice,
Unfortunately it still flickrs and tears as I scroll up and down with the mouse,
this happens when Live Screen Drawing is set to 'Immediate' or 'Delayed'.
I'd like to report that I'm having the exact same issue.
Windows 8.1 x64, InDesign CC 2014.2 Release.
Latest nVidia drivers (GTX 770)
Every other Adobe application works flawlessly, Photoshop, Illustrator, etc. Only InDesign has problems. It behaves like 3D video game with vsync turned off (tearing) with not enough FPS (slowdowns). I've tried changing Live Screen Drawing and other visual preferences with no effect. This is extremely frustrating to work with since even as simple tasks as arranging elements in layout with smart guides are very problematic (items skip smart guides due to screen lag). Any ideas?
We are seeing this when we drag a text frame over an image.
The image does have transparency in the file. Normal images are ok.
It does not honor live screen redraw at all and wipes out the underlying image until you release.
Tried delayed and immediate, various Display Performance settings, etc. nothing has made a difference.
We are running the latest Mac OS X El Capitan and InDesign CC2015 220.127.116.11 build.
It appears something broke in the last update.