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I'm using MacPro bootcamp with Vista. Dual screen with Graphic Card ATI X1900.Everytime I use the Full screen mode I get an overlaying grey transparent color covering the canvas. I have to restart the program to reset the display. Open GL on/off doesn't fix it either.I have tried updating card drivers and CS4. As far as I know it only happens in Photoshop and not the complete master collection.

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