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why my photoshop reverts brush settings to default?

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Aug 26, 2018

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I just tried to change some brush settings like activating fade option in shape dynamics and deactivating transfer oprion, but after drawing first line it goes back to default options again. I tried locke icon and also I saved the brush but it keep changing back to default.

What should I do? My system is mac and ps version is Photoshop CC 2018

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Hi aisa,

Please refer the following related discussion Brushes keep changing back to default...  and follow the correct answer.

Let us know if that helps.

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Mohit

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why my photoshop reverts brush settings to default?

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Aug 26, 2018

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I just tried to change some brush settings like activating fade option in shape dynamics and deactivating transfer oprion, but after drawing first line it goes back to default options again. I tried locke icon and also I saved the brush but it keep changing back to default.

What should I do? My system is mac and ps version is Photoshop CC 2018

[This post moved from Illustrator to Photoshop by Moderator]

Hi aisa,

Please refer the following related discussion Brushes keep changing back to default...  and follow the correct answer.

Let us know if that helps.

Regards,

Mohit

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Hi aisa,

Please refer the following related discussion Brushes keep changing back to default...  and follow the correct answer.

Let us know if that helps.

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Your reply doesn't answer the question. With ever-changing forum formats, links turn to dead-ends. JUST ANSWER THE QUESTION OR SAY NOTHING AT ALL. 

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That link is dead. But I found a solution on the Photoshop subreddit and it turned out that the "Always use pressure for opacity" button was on. Sorry if this wasn't the case for anyone else. I'm working on a Macbook Pro running Mojave.

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