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Photoshop 2022/2023 freezes if I accidentally click while using brush tool

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Feb 09, 2023 Feb 09, 2023

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I'm using a new Macbook Pro and a Wacom Intuos tablet.

Since upgrading to Photoshop 2022 I noticed if I accidentally click by pressing the touchpad while simulataneously drawing on the tablet with the brush tool, photoshop will freeze and even if left for hours will not unfreeze. It doesn't save the auto-recover when I have to force quit because I guess it doesn't recognize it as a crash or something. I tested it on purpose and it will happen without fail if I click while drawing. Updated to Photoshop 2023 to see if it fixed the issue and it didn't.

Haven't seen anyone else with this issue, not sure how to fix it.

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Feb 09, 2023 Feb 09, 2023

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Hi Nellipset,

what graphics tablet do you use? Have you checked if there are updated drivers available?

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hi @Nellipset there have been reports of the latest Wacom drivers causing issues. Try going back to the December release and see if that helps.

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