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Adjustment brush gets stuck on erase frequently

matthoefler

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10.2
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  1. Windows 10
On many instances on different days I will see the adjustment brush become stuck on erase; if I'm holding alt the erase, sudden;y after releasing alt the brush is still set on erase (negative) and will now only erase. I've tried hitting several keys to try to get it unstuck, but once it's stuck, it's stuck.

Anyone else experiance this or know how to correct it?
 
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Did you try clicking on ‘A’ or ‘B’?
 
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My A and B are just hardness presets, 100% feather and almost no feather... but I could try next time it's stuck.
A and B are two positive brush presets. If you click on one of them when you have the eraser selected, they make you switch from the eraser to the ‘add’ brush. So clicking one of them may ‘unstuck’ that eraser.
 
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