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Jerky Cursor Movement in Adobe Audition CS6

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Lately, after upgrading to Maverick, the cursor in Audition CS6 has been moving in jerky movements. It is very annoying while editing. My system is iMac desktop with 12 GB RAM. I close all other programs and run Audition only, still it does not help. Does going back to Mountain Lion help? Anyone else having this problem?

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Had the same thing and this fixed it.
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