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2021-02-21

Ps brush doesn’t paint to edge of its outline

I make a hard, round brush with 100% flow, etc., but when I press the mouse button to use the brush, the color circle is inside the thin circle, so that I can’t tell where I’m going to paint. I used a cellphone to capture a screenshot of the problem:

My problem
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The eraser tool has the same problem.

This appears to be a Macintosh problem

I finally found the solution here. It requires you to open Settings > Accessibility > Display > Cursor and adjust the Cursor Size setting:

Existing (default?) setting
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Change the above to this:

This fixes my Ps brush problem
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