I've been using CS6 for several years now, and just got a new laptop a couple months ago (macbook pro from this year/2017). For several months everything has been fine. All of the sudden, I've been getting this super annoying "glitch" bug whenever I do about anything when I draw - zoom, draw a new line, show/hide a layer, etc. The pixels aren't actually getting displaced, but it is just the visual on my computer that flickers every time I make any type of edit. I've tried turning on/off the GPU and updating CS6 and nothing has worked. It's been getting worse and it's getting harder and harder to be able to use the software when I can barely see what I'm drawing. I'm attaching some pictures as examples. Keep in mind whenever I draw a new line, erase, change a layer, resize/transform, ANYTHING, the number of glitches changes and flickers. I used to be able to make them go away by making tapping the show/hide check on the layer a couple times, but that has stopped working and it's incredibly frustrating. Is this a known bug or update error? Is CS6 no longer compatible with the newest apple IOS versions? Please help!!
Ahh I see thank you. How do I update it? I'm assuming this is something I can look up but just wanted to check in case
You can update it by downloading and installing the newest driver from the web site of the manufacturer.
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