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What has changes in the way brushes behave between CC19 and CC20

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Sep 14, 2020

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I've just installed CC20, and the brushes behave completely differently than I'm used to (specifically Soft Round brush). No matter what I do, the brush strokes are extremely defined, making painting gradients impossible. It's also impossible to dodge and burn in a subtle way. 

Has something been changes in the way brushes paint onto the canvas between cc20, and every other version previous to it?

 

Is so, is there a way to get the brushes behaving more like they used to?

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What has changes in the way brushes behave between CC19 and CC20

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I've just installed CC20, and the brushes behave completely differently than I'm used to (specifically Soft Round brush). No matter what I do, the brush strokes are extremely defined, making painting gradients impossible. It's also impossible to dodge and burn in a subtle way. 

Has something been changes in the way brushes paint onto the canvas between cc20, and every other version previous to it?

 

Is so, is there a way to get the brushes behaving more like they used to?

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Please read this (in particular the section titled "Supply pertinent information for quicker answers"):

https://community.adobe.com/t5/Community-Help/Guidelines-Tips-for-the-Adobe-Forums/td-p/4788157

 

Are you using Windows Ink? 

Could you please post a screenshot with the pertinent Panels (Toolbar, Layers, Brush Settings, Options Bar, …) visible? 

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Hi there,

 

Thanks for the reply, my system specs are as follows:

 

Windows 10. Windows Ink disabled. The screenshot is the absolute default settings for Photoshop - nothing changed. 

 

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Please post screenshot/s in the browser, not as email-reply. 

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Hey thanks, as already stated, it's a totally default installation, so there's nothing in a screenshot that's going to tell you anything. 

 

I'm going to look elsewhere for a fix, thanks for your time!

 

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Adobe is moving away from Win tab and urging people to use Win Ink.

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