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Choosing a new function key sways back to previous function key on Mac

Engaged ,
Apr 12, 2023 Apr 12, 2023

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Hi there,

 

(Last version opf Photoshop)

 

For example, say I  am using the zoom, and then press B for brush to change that, now brush appears only for  a second and then it directly goes back to the previous function which was in this instance the Zoom. So to counteract this when I press on B for a brush, I keep pressing B on keyboard in quick succession so it stays in the Brush mode, for if I dont, the action goes directly back to the Zoom mode where it previously was. 

 

The same goes the other way around, or any other change when going from one function key to another.

 

I have had this problem on 15' MBP 2013, and I have now thew same priblem on 16' MBP M1 Max 64Ram 1tb ssd.

 

Someone knows the solution to this?

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Community Expert , Apr 12, 2023 Apr 12, 2023

HI @dragantomas go to Preferences/Tools and uncheck "Spring Loaded Tool Shortcuts". Thats it!

 

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HI @dragantomas go to Preferences/Tools and uncheck "Spring Loaded Tool Shortcuts". Thats it!

 

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Thank you very much for that advice. Much appreciated.

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