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Canvas jumps after panning

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Aug 07, 2020

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For the last few versions of PS 2020, I've consistently had an issue where, after some period of time using the program, the canvas will jump after I pan/zoom.  The program functions normally for a while, and then once it starts any time I pan or zoom as soon as I release the spacebar, the canvas will jump to some totally unrelated position, usually only showing a small portion of the canvas with the rest running off the screen.  Restarting the program will resolve the issue temporarily, but then it will start happening again after some time working.  

 

Has anyone else run into this or have any suggestion for resolving.

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Canvas jumps after panning

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For the last few versions of PS 2020, I've consistently had an issue where, after some period of time using the program, the canvas will jump after I pan/zoom.  The program functions normally for a while, and then once it starts any time I pan or zoom as soon as I release the spacebar, the canvas will jump to some totally unrelated position, usually only showing a small portion of the canvas with the rest running off the screen.  Restarting the program will resolve the issue temporarily, but then it will start happening again after some time working.  

 

Has anyone else run into this or have any suggestion for resolving.

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Do you have any other peripherals connected to your computer?

Like a Wacom tablet, wireless keyboard, mouse?

Sounds silly but I had a user comment on the same type of issue and weeks later found a wireless mouse was in their drawer on and conflicting.

Not saying you do, but having a mouse and tablet on at the same time can produce this kind of issue.

Turn one off if you have multiple and see if it continues.

If not, let us know.

Kevin Stohlmeyer Adobe Community Professional/Adobe Certified Instructor

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