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P: How to disable multiple nudge-items in the history?

Explorer ,
Jun 25, 2015 Jun 25, 2015

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In Photoshop CC 2015 nudge-items are being added every time I press an arrow key. How can I disable it and restore the old behavior? In previous versions no matter how much presses you did only one nudge was being added in the history.

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Community Beginner ,
Aug 12, 2015 Aug 12, 2015

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Thanks for the update, David. Glad my information helped.

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Participant ,
Aug 12, 2015 Aug 12, 2015

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Hi Chris and Sticky. :)

We’re using the sendDocumentThumbnailToNetworkClient function to grab the contents of the canvas. I don’t believe we’re adding events or doing anything that should change the behaviour of the history panel.

We’re happy to make any needed changes on our end.

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LEGEND ,
Sep 07, 2015 Sep 07, 2015

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Starting with CC 2015, I am having the same problem with nudges recording as multiple history states. I am using PS CC 2015 on a Windows XP. I do not sign into Creative Cloud from PS because my husband and I use the same CC account and have different preferences so we don't want the computers to sync. I disabled the Load Extension Panel checkbox and now nudge records as one history state. I do not believe I have any third party extensions installed. I would be glad to check for them if you can point me in the right direction. If there is any other information I can provide that will help to solve this problem please let me know. Thanks!

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LEGEND ,
Sep 07, 2015 Sep 07, 2015

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Photoshop CC 2015 doesn't support XP.

Double check the extension panels you have installed - it does sound like you have a third party panel that is hosing the history state.

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LEGEND ,
Sep 07, 2015 Sep 07, 2015

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How do I find out which are installed please?

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Adobe Employee ,
Sep 10, 2015 Sep 10, 2015

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Hi Julie,

If you click Help > System Info you'll get a dialog containing a TON of information on your system.  Scroll down to the very bottom of that display and look under "Optional and third party plug-ins" and "Plug-ins that failed to load" and "Extensions".  On a "vanilla" install, you should have to Camera Raw plugins for the first category, nothing in the second, and Libraries, Welcome, and Behance for the third.

Thanks,
David

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