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    pressure sensitivity turning off briefly?

    Hello people,

    I have a problem in photoshop, it sometime occurs in painter but its eveb worse in photoshop. My pressure sensitivity just goes off on its own record, and I then I have to either turn the other dynamics or shape dynamics on again. It happens every minute or so and is really annoying, anyone got a solution. It would be GREATLY appreciated!

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    Are you flipping between browser windows or have other programs running? That's only when I seem to ever have a problem like that.

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    Similar to CIM's comment, it was happening to me until I turned off the announcement feature of Instant Messenger which alerts you when a buddy signs on or off...

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    Oh damn, that isn't good news, because that means adware is the problem I've got another seriously annoying problem, if you come back to Photoshop after not using it for... say about 10 to 20 minutes, it starts to lag really badly. So your stroke appears on the screen after 30 seconds of you having put stylus to tablet. And the only way to sort the problem is to resrart the program, and I don't know for you but photoshop doesn't close down or open without a fight hehe and if it gets really bad you have to restart the whole computer Anyone got any advice or solutions?

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