Encountered with a weird bug in Photoshop today. Every time when I tried to move a layer using my wacom tablet it just snapped back to its initial position (see the gif below). At the same time, keyboard arrows and regular mouse worked normally.
It is not the first time when I encounter this, so I decided to write this post so I could remember how to fix this again, and maybe it’ll help some of you too.
I guess everyone knows that you can copy/paste layer styles through the menu Layer → Layer Style → Copy/Paste Layer Style. But what I missed is a function that will paste effects by adding them to the current layer instead of replacing everything. Let me show the example.
Not all things work like we want in Photoshop. Sometimes we need to find some workarounds to make what we need. While using Photoshop for a while, I gained few tricks in my workflow and today I want to share them with you
I played a bit with beta of Adobe Photoshop CS6 and I want to say that new features are neat. But few things now work not like in CS5, and it feels not cool. Some of them can be configured to work like in previous version, but some not. In this article I want to share some tips on how to make moving to CS6 more comfortable for you