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Slider bar sticks

New Here ,
Mar 03, 2024 Mar 03, 2024

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Hello - 

My tools, especially the slider bar, have been sicking lately. I updated to the current version and checked to see if this is only my computer - but Windows appps do not behave the same.

When I zoom in on a CR2, and move the slider bar so I can edit a local spot,  letting go of the mouse button doesn't let go of the slider. The same is true of other tools. If I am erasing a spot, and click letf to erase, the erasor doesn't let go when I let go of the left mouse button. I have to click the button to make it let go.

 

This is all very annaying to me.

Please respond.

Thank you, 

Dale

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New Here , Mar 04, 2024 Mar 04, 2024

Update: I went into my system to try and update the mouse driver and discovered a checkbox called one click (or something like that).

I unchecked it and the problem was resolved.

problem solved, but unknown how it started. Windows update maybe? idk

 

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Mar 03, 2024 Mar 03, 2024

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@dalec80448775 

 

For testing purposes, have you tried another mouse?

 

Jane

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Update: I went into my system to try and update the mouse driver and discovered a checkbox called one click (or something like that).

I unchecked it and the problem was resolved.

problem solved, but unknown how it started. Windows update maybe? idk

 

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Thank you for the update @dalec80448775 and I've marked your answer "correct". 😊

 

Jane

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