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When I edit curves and am in the RGB channel, after moving the point on the histogram, I can confirm the correction (enter) or cancel it (esc).
When I select any other channel, the (enter) and (esc) keys stop working. In this case, to confirm the names, i must first click on the window, or on the OK button 😭
Adobe Photoshop Version: 23.1.0 20211208.r.143 83e47c5 x64
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Thanks @jazz-y I can reproduce. I'll have the engineers investigate this.
Was that happening before 23.1? If not I wonder if it has anything to do with new event being logged by Script Listener when you leave / return to Photoshop:
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Perhaps the problem was earlier, but I did not pay attention to it until 23.1.
When working with curves (both in RGB and in separate channels) this event is not registered. However, if in the process of working with curves we make another application active and then return to Photoshop, then the curve editing window becomes active and works as it should (in this case, after registering an event with editing curves, the event that Photoshop has become active is also registered)
When the palette is open and you leave from / return to Photoshop the event is not registered to the log, but what's very interesting it is catched though. I mean if you have open Curves palette and you go out Ps to be back, then you check the log of ScriptListener there is of course no change. But when you close the palette, both the leaving event, and then return event are written one after another to the log before closing the palette event.