So on my Mac on the top you have a grey bar all the way across from led to right. I thought that was call the menu bar and some of the items I downloaded from the app store run on that bar. Such as friendly Facebook or logmein. That is what I was talking about. I'm not sure if it the menu bar that gives the issue or the particular software. But I know for sure that "friendly facebook" is not so friendly to Photoshop CS5 :-)
Well, I'm still getting no joy with the Wacom, so I've had to pull it. It's a tremendous tool, and I loved using it, but the jumping through hoops has just gotten to be too much.
Perhaps if Wacom is going to be silent on the issue I'll investigate another manufacturer. As of now, my tablet just sits here.
Thank you, that's a nice workaround! I have the same problem the poster had - randomly, the trackpad stops working with the move tool and objects snap back to where they were when I try to move them, even when my Wacom Bamboo and stylus are across the room in my computer bag! (Macbook Pro unibody, OS 10.6.8). Restarting helps but then the problem returns. Fine when I've got my tablet plugged in because the tablet will work with the move tool, but, like right now when it's not plugged in and I don't want to restart PS, I'm SOL - saved by your suggestion! Interesting that "scott w" with an Inutos tablet had the same problem (his solution didn't work for me).
Do you have the wacom latest driver installed? (what version of the driver are you running?)
Did you try this solution that worked for other users: http://forums.adobe.com/message/4256189#4256189
Agreed, CMD+T is more efficient. More efficient still would be the tools operating as they should. My tablet has been in a drawer for months now thanks to these issues, and I just picked up a new client that is going to require some serious hand drawing. Odd that at the same time this thread has resurrected.
These issues hardly seem insurmountable. I just don't believe it to be a priority on Adobe's or Wacom's part. So here we sit...
I have just started experiencing this with Photoshop CC, Mac Pro, intuos 4. Command-T is not a good solution because I don't want to move these particular objects off the pixel grid, though still want the ability to move off the pixel grid sometimes. Updating to the newest intuos driver doesn't help. Command+ Command- seems to temporarily fix the problem.
Jeffrey, what solution specifically are you pointing to?
What stood out for me was this post from 16 months ago:
I'm currently in communication with some folks from Wacom. We are able to reproduce the issue (both at Adobe and Wacom) and are currently investigating.
So, what have you all come up with? What's the fix?