When using the Spot Healing Brush, my cursor turns into a White Arrow. I switch tools, and the arrow remains. When I go to another image to edit, the cursor is normal. When I go back to the original image, the white arrow is still there.
There is nothing in my history to indicate a change.
I am using PS 21.2.3 on Windows. And a Wacom Intuos Pro medium.
I believe it is related to using the space bar to pan the image, but I am not sure.
I am having the same issue. I will be drawing away, and all of a sudden the cursor turns to the white arrow. I can select other tools and layers and even menu items, but it stays the white arrow and doesn't allow me to make any paint strokes. I can go over to another file and it be fine. Come back to that file and still the white arrow. The only way to get it to clear is to restart Photoshop.
I'm having this exact same issue. I have an Asus Zenbook. Has anyone found a solution yet? Anything at all? It's so frustrating to work like this, and I know its an issue with adobe not being able to work with two processors, but that's about all I know.