Sunday, January 26, 2014

Re: [photoshop-beginners] opening files

Could be a graphics card problem or a memory problem or a whole lots of problems, bad mouse?  Usually in PS the first thing to do when things are not working properly is to reset your preferences.  One way: 
First, hold down all three Ctrl+Alt+Shift buttons
Now "while keeping those button held," simply open Photoshop or a file that opens with Photoshop
As Photoshop loads, you should get a prompt asking if you would like to "delete the Photoshop settings file", Click yes
You should now have a fresh slate with all of the settings returned to their default.

Since you didn't tell what your OS is or what version of PS,  this might not work.
Sent: Saturday, January 4, 2014 1:22 PM
Subject: [photoshop-beginners] opening files

When opening a file or trying to use the layers drop down or any of the drop downs for that matter I have to have perfectly steady hands or the arrow jumps to the wrong selection and I have to start all over again - is there any way to remedy this???

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