Does changing the Smoothing setting (to 0% to begin with) have any effect?
I have tried various levels of smoothing and increased spacing and other different brush settings during my own testing and regular use of the brush tool. It doesn't seem to improve or alter the problem. I believe the only factor that causes the random skipping is the use of pen pressure, as is mentioned in the discussion I linked. I'm wondering if it may be that Photoshop has a hard time recognizing a certain group of pressure levels. Maybe the math no longer works out computationally because of an update. ...not that this speculation solves anything...
My default brush setting is:
Round, Hardness 100%, Shape Dynamics: Pen Pressure, Transfer: Pen Pressure, Spacing 1%, Smoothing: 10%, Size: 5-50px
I regularly vary the angle, add texture, dual brush, vary the control of pen pressure, add color dynamics, and so on. All of these settings change often, since the brush tool is my primary tool on Photoshop.
I currently use intous pro with pro pen.
I am having the same problem, where the brush stroke will occasionally skip.
Have you found a solution for this?
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Justin, I was about to accuse you of starting a duplicate thread, because your wording is so similar from a thread a few days ago, but I see that was not you. Now we have Min Kook who apparently has the same problem, so that makes three, which is sounding like a bug.
At this stage, I'd be inclined to start a thread on the Feedback site, but check out the other thread first. If you think it is the same issue, then start a thread on the Feedback site, and link to both this and other thread to show it appears to be a recurring problem
I have the same issue and its driving me insane!