I love Photoshop. I use it almost everyday. But, there are times…
I have been living with an annoying blinking cursor in Photoshop CS3. It was so bad that it would take two or three clicks just to get a response.
I tried Googling for a solution and found nothing. So, I called Adobe. They suggested the following:
- Review the plugin folder for unused filters
- Check the RAM setting in Photoshop and lower it to 55% of available RAM.
- Uncheck the Versions Que.
This worked! I found a timed-out version of Portraiture 2. Deleted it. Lowered the RAM to 55% and unchecked the Version Que. Then, re-started Photoshop.
No more blinking cursor.