What operating system?
Have you restarted your computer?
Is it a wireless mouse, and if yes, what are its batteries like?
windows 10 64 bit
I restarted computer several times
I have pc not laptop
before yesterday update Photoshop work like a charm ant there is no problem
this problem occurs after update
I uninstalled photoshop cc 2018 and reinstalled again from cc desktop but the problem still here
Any solution !!!!
Any help Here
I don't know what can I do !!!!
I'm having the same issue. Tried looking for adware (which some people suggested) nothing found. I also tried removing certain extensions people recommended, but that didn't work either. Hope we get a fix soon.
Surface Book 2
I also looked for adware and nothing found , reset Photoshop preferences , uninstalled and reinstalled again 3 times but problem still here ... I can't know what can i do else ??!!
Windows 10 64 bit
problem Solved Finally
go to path : C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CC 2018\Required\Plug-ins\Spaces
rename file Adobe Spaces Helper.exe to Adobe Spaces Helper 2.exe
I ended up having to downgrade to version 19.0 through the creative cloud app. After doing that the issue was solved. Going to stay away from 19.1 until this is resolved by Adobe.
its because of "elevated user rights" during install.
Some files don't get over written properly.
Its a crap shoot. Some machines have proper user rights installed, some don't.
Not really a Adobe problem , but a OS issue.
Thanks jbm007 - It sounds like the solution is to install with admin privileges. Do you know of any way to install with elevated user rights through the Creative Cloud app?
I'm the admin (with full rights) for our office network and I have to say, while some of this might be an OS issue, every other piece of software we use has figured out how to properly overwrite files when updating...