Copy and paste issues in Photoshop

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Jan 11, 2021

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Hi - I am on a imac and using Catalina. I have the latest version of photoshop installed and have noticed a glitch that seems to be consistent and want to know if anyone else has had this problem. If I have on a layer an object or text and try to copy and move it by using the keyboard shortcut option + shift key the object copies but once I release the keys it goes away and the copy has not been made. Variations on this is, in some cases when I want to move an object in a straight line using the shift key when I move the object and release the key it bounces back to where it was before. After several tries I found I can move it either in short distances or by using the arrow keys.

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Copy and paste issues in Photoshop

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Hi - I am on a imac and using Catalina. I have the latest version of photoshop installed and have noticed a glitch that seems to be consistent and want to know if anyone else has had this problem. If I have on a layer an object or text and try to copy and move it by using the keyboard shortcut option + shift key the object copies but once I release the keys it goes away and the copy has not been made. Variations on this is, in some cases when I want to move an object in a straight line using the shift key when I move the object and release the key it bounces back to where it was before. After several tries I found I can move it either in short distances or by using the arrow keys.

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