Have you checked your settings in Preferences, under Displays &
Cursors? Maybe somehow you are changing preferences...I know
sometimes as I work, if I inadvertently hit a key (I haven't figured
out which one) the Preferences dialog pops up...
On Sep 7, 2006, at 9:02 AM, Linda Feltner wrote:
> I, too thought it must be a simple answer to something that kept
> changing even though I couldn't detect when I changed it.
> My pencil/brush cursor changed from a circle, which matched the
> size of
> the brush I was using, to crosshairs that I couldn't see on s
> creen. In
> Help, I read that if you use the eyedropper tool on some color, any
> color, it would change the pencil/brushes from the crosshairs back to
> the circle that I COULD see. Apparently it works, but I still don't
> know how I manage to turn it to crosshairs.
> (Maybe it was the Caps Lock???, Andrew?)
> Don't know if that helps,
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> On Sep 6, 2006, at 8:26 PM, Cindy Shaw wrote:
>> Howdy all, I just have a silly little Photoshop question.
>> When I use the line tool, the cursor disappears altogether, and it is
>> starting to drive me batty. Fiddling with the cursor preferences has
>> no effect. No problem with the rest of the tools.
>> Any suggestions?