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Sadly not good experience while painting. like stroboscope with every brush move :( between halfres brush strokes.

Keeping me back from using Photo more...

 

macOS 10.15.7

iMac Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2017 Radeon Pro 580 8 GB

 

 

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Hey Nero,

You're seeing two passes here—for speed purposes. You can go to Preferences > Performance and change Retina rendering to High Quality (Slowest) and it will do a single render pass which should stop the flickering. 

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7 hours ago, Chris B said:

Hey Nero,

You're seeing two passes here—for speed purposes. You can go to Preferences > Performance and change Retina rendering to High Quality (Slowest) and it will do a single render pass which should stop the flickering. 

Wow I'm glad to see it was my fault! Thank you for help and sorry for annoying comments about this topic. However the cursor seems to stay low-res anyway... :D 

Maybe I am just pixel-perfect terrorist.

Many thanks to all of you!

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