Upgraded Big Sur to 11.2 and now Lightroom adjustment brush cursor does not move unless I touch down

Enthusiast ,
Feb 02, 2021

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This is not good. Now I cannot get the adjustment brush cursor to move unless I first 'touch down' onto the image which then starts adjustment brush working in a place I do not want it to be. I have to do this if I want to be able to move the adjustment brush cursor to an area I want to work on. I press very lightly so I don't cause too much damage before I can move the cursor to the area I actually want to work on. I do not want to downgrade my OS, is that some way to work around this, or did it happen due to some other reason but started when I upgraded the OS? Would love to get it back to working normally... I've tried resetting preferences and I've checked the flow and density settings, have done quite a bit of fiddling with and looking at menus before posting here... I'm at a loss...

Any ideas for fix are greatly appreciated,

Ken

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 03, 2021

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Lightroom or Lightroom Classic? Version number?

 

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Feb 03, 2021

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Lightroom Classic 10.1.1

 

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Feb 04, 2021

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I have no problems with the same configuration. Do you perhaps use a tablet rather than a mouse?

 

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Feb 10, 2021

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I use a tablet, but it was working, same tablet nothing changed except all of a sudden it stopped working and now I need to press and hold the space bar down to get the cursor to move over the area I want to modify or paint on... This is how I will work until someday it might work again...

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