After using the crop tool (C) WITH A ROTATION using Ps CC 2014 (2014.2.1 Release; 20141014.r.257 x64), I can see a hazy orthogonal grid of varying line widths in the darker areas of the image(s). It appears to be about the same size as the alignment grid that appears during the crop function. It seems the grid somehow is including itself when the rotation algorithm is executed. This does not happen if there is no rotation function being used.
This phenomena does not happen at all on Ps CS6 Extended.
I am using Windows 7 (64-bit) on a Samsung Series-7 Gamer laptop (i7-3610QM CPU @ 2.23GHz; NVIDIA GeForce 675M GPU w/ 3GB video RAM; 16GB system RAM)
Can we see a screenshot? I'm trying to repro but cannot seem to do so.
There a screen refresh issue, maybe that CC is exploiting? Did you update your video card's drivers?
Sorry to be so long in replying.
That may have been the problem. I can't recreate the
problem today. I know I'm not crazy because I showed the guy I was working
with the failure mode and it was consistent and repeatable for him. Perhaps
restarting the machine reset whatever was screwy in the video driver / GPU.
If I see it again, I will be sure to keep an example.
It was a lot of work with the spot healing brush I didn't need to do!
Thanks for your response.