Like the title says, the hover click in Photoshop manufacture for some reason and it started out of the blue. I bought my tablet a few weeks (two-three weeks) ago and it all seemed fine for the most part, but the past three days I've been having problems with the hover click in Photoshop and in my every day use of the tablet.
When I'm trying to add a new text layer in a document and I just drag my pen from one play to another to create a text layer, the left right corner of the layer, when I let go the pressure on my pen to stop, just doesn't let go and I've to tap the pen for the other end so it can create the text layer.
What I've tried the past few days are:
-Install older drivers.
-Reset the settings on the drives.
-Disable the "Window Ink" option.
-Turn off the "double click distance."
-Reset the "Tablet", "Pen" and "Mapping" settings on each category.
-Reset the options inside the "Option" menu.
-Place a .txt file named "PSUserConfig" with "UseSystemStylus 0" written in it in the user settings in Photoshop settings.
-On the pen settings in windows I disabled all the settings that were linked with "Windows Ink"
-Disable from the "Pen and Touch" menu the option "Press and hold".
-Change USB ports on my PC.
-Change the nib with a new one.
-Change the USB cable.
-Windows 10 Pro
-NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB
That's all I could think that I did to fix this problem, I've also attached a video.
https://files.catbox.moe/c67nrv.mp4 < Video
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