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CS6 is completely unsupported under El Capitan. If this is the worst problem you’re experiencing consider yourself lucky. Many users are seeing crashing and other serious issues.
If you mean that the text seems to disappear, then this seems to be a relatively common problem with CS6 in El Capitan.
I use CS6 with El Capitan and experience this issue sometimes. It happens constantly some days and not at all other days, but I've never established exactly what triggers it.
As Bob says, CS6 is unsupported so there will not be a fix but if this is the issue you're experiencing then flicking the screen between 'preview' and 'normal' by pressing 'w' will fix it - temporarily.
Someone has closed this thread, II don't think it's me as, unless there is an official statement from Adobe (which may exists, but I'm not aware of), I do not consider as a complete answer. The hint given by stevej61370215 might be helpful (thanks to him!) but it is not a full satisfactory answer (sorry Steve, nothing against you!).
Hello Adobe? Can you hear me
What are you referring to? This thread is not locked.
Désolé pour mon ma mauvaise compréhension de l'anglais BobLevine…
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