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Old 03-26-2009, 06:25 AM
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Re: CS4 blows

PS4 is not completely compatible with some graphics cards, these are graphics glitches only, and won't affect performance. You can turn Open GL off in preferences if these glitches are annoying. I use a slightly older card which although its not one of the "approved" cards for CS4 still works fine for most things.

Your Wacom problem I suggest getting the latest driver. Disappearing cursor - maybe graphics card but more likely some other software interfering - move your Wacom mouse AWAY from the tablet.
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Old 03-26-2009, 06:32 AM
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Re: CS4 blows

its away, i keep it far, since i never use it. yea i read about the graphic card issues on the web about cs4. i mean overall i like the program, its just a couple of things that annnoy me. mst of all when i go to do my finals on a file ivebeen working on fro a while and then alll of the sudden, boom, it just crashes.
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