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Aug 05, 2020

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I recently updated my photoshop to CC2020, and now I have a strange issue. Whenever I type the same keystroke rapidly, it sometimes doesn't register all of my keypresses. For example, when I type an elipses like the following "..." it will register only two of the presses. Its the same when I backspace as well, where if I press backspace rapidly to clear some text, it will only backspace once or twice, and stop. This is rather frustrating, as I tend to type a lot using photoshop. I've searched far and wide and couldn't find any option to fix this issue. Some clarity on this would be awesome, thank you.

 

Edit: Here is a video showing the issue https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pFRo44h0pYe-T4VN6g1jWoJ0GPgR1Ji-/view?usp=sharing 

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Have you tried resetting the Photoshop Preferences? Look for the Reset Preferences On Quit button within the General tab of the Photoshop Preferences.

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Typing Tool Issue

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I recently updated my photoshop to CC2020, and now I have a strange issue. Whenever I type the same keystroke rapidly, it sometimes doesn't register all of my keypresses. For example, when I type an elipses like the following "..." it will register only two of the presses. Its the same when I backspace as well, where if I press backspace rapidly to clear some text, it will only backspace once or twice, and stop. This is rather frustrating, as I tend to type a lot using photoshop. I've searched far and wide and couldn't find any option to fix this issue. Some clarity on this would be awesome, thank you.

 

Edit: Here is a video showing the issue https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pFRo44h0pYe-T4VN6g1jWoJ0GPgR1Ji-/view?usp=sharing 

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Correct answer by Michael Bullo | Adobe Community Professional

Have you tried resetting the Photoshop Preferences? Look for the Reset Preferences On Quit button within the General tab of the Photoshop Preferences.

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Can you please confirm that this is only happening in Photoshop. Does it also occur in other programs? If so, perhaps it is an Operating System issue.

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Yes I can confirm that is only happening with Photoshop specifically the type tool. I don't have the issue searching for fonts or naming a save for example, it only happens when I try to use the type tool to type something into an image.

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Aug 09, 2020

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Here is a video demonstrating my issue. You can hear my keystrokes, and see on the typing tool not all of the strokes are showing. I even do it on the fonts bar to show that it works fine on it. Any help would be appreciated.https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pFRo44h0pYe-T4VN6g1jWoJ0GPgR1Ji-/view?usp=sharing 

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Have you tried resetting the Photoshop Preferences? Look for the Reset Preferences On Quit button within the General tab of the Photoshop Preferences.

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That seemed to fix it. Thank you so much!

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Fantastic. Thank you.

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