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Clone stamp is not working 2020 new imac

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Nov 07, 2020

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I have adobe set to automatically update on my brand new iMac. So in Photoshop now, every time I go to use the clone stamp, I option click and instead of doing what it normally does, it literally picks up a whole layer clones it and moves it around randomly with my cursor. I cannot undo this activity. I can only close down and not save, to reset the image. Is there some setting I missing, a default that fell in when it auto updated? I've tried restarting everything and resetting the tool and nothing seems to help. 

Please help. I really need this tool. 

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Clone stamp is not working 2020 new imac

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I have adobe set to automatically update on my brand new iMac. So in Photoshop now, every time I go to use the clone stamp, I option click and instead of doing what it normally does, it literally picks up a whole layer clones it and moves it around randomly with my cursor. I cannot undo this activity. I can only close down and not save, to reset the image. Is there some setting I missing, a default that fell in when it auto updated? I've tried restarting everything and resetting the tool and nothing seems to help. 

Please help. I really need this tool. 

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Have you tried resetting the Preferences? Within the General tab of the Photoshop Preferences is the "Reset Preferences On Quit" button.

 

It's also possible to have multiple versions of Photoshop installed simultaneously. This can be easily done through the Adobe Creative Cloud App. I appreciate using an earlier version of Photoshop isn't a fix, but it could get you back to editing straight away.

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