all my round brushes have stopped working !!

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Vince Waldon
Dec 30, 2005
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Probably something simple, but all of a sudden none of my round brushes "work"… the eraser, dodge, burn, clone stamp… if I’m using any of the default round brushes they have no effect. Switch to a square or splatter type brush and all of those tools start to work again.

I’ve even gone so far as to reinstall the program from scratch… any thoughts on what I’m missing ??

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neon
Dec 30, 2005
Vince Waldon wrote:
Probably something simple, but all of a sudden none of my round brushes "work"… the eraser, dodge, burn, clone stamp… if I’m using any of the default round brushes they have no effect. Switch to a square or splatter type brush and all of those tools start to work again.

I’ve even gone so far as to reinstall the program from scratch… any thoughts on what I’m missing ??
trash your preferences file
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Michael
Jan 9, 2006
check your caps lock. Make sure it is off and then resize by normal means. Let me know

"Vince Waldon" wrote in message
Probably something simple, but all of a sudden none of my round brushes "work"… the eraser, dodge, burn, clone stamp… if I’m using any of the default round brushes they have no effect. Switch to a square or splatter type brush and all of those tools start to work again.

I’ve even gone so far as to reinstall the program from scratch… any thoughts on what I’m missing ??

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snifs
Feb 7, 2006
the same thing happened to me when i istalled a pentablet if you have one and it happens to be a waccom, go to the site and update the driver, then all your brushes will work

"Vince Waldon" wrote in message
Probably something simple, but all of a sudden none of my round brushes "work"… the eraser, dodge, burn, clone stamp… if I’m using any of the default round brushes they have no effect. Switch to a square or splatter type brush and all of those tools start to work again.

I’ve even gone so far as to reinstall the program from scratch… any thoughts on what I’m missing ??

Master Retouching Hair

Learn how to rescue details, remove flyaways, add volume, and enhance the definition of hair in any photo. We break down every tool and technique in Photoshop to get picture-perfect hair, every time.

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