I just recently got a new windows 10 notebook computer about 2 or 3 weeks ago, and basically the only program I really have installed on there is adobe photoshop the newest version from the website, and I've been having this problem where every time I use the liquify tool there is no mouse guide on the actual photo, part. I can see the mouse when I scroll over to the different options selection parts of the liquify screen but there is no arrow when you are on the actual photo, which is pretty annoying because it impairs me from actually precisely choosing what I actually want to liquify. And another thing is when I click the reconstruct option and try to move over the space sliders, it normally is supposed to show a preview but it shows no preview on the screen no matter how much I slide it, it only stays on the liquefied preview and I have to blindly accept the changes before seeing what I actually really did with the image. Which can be such a confusing headache, because I do edit photos for a likely hood and this problem is making my job a whole lot harder :P. I have not changed any settings at all since downloading photoshop, and have not done anything more differently than I already do when I have installed it from other computers, and the arrow shows on liquify, as well as the sidebar reconstruct shifts so I have no clue what it could be. I tried looking for answers online about this but to no avail hopefully I can find someone that can come up with an easy solution to this problem because it's honestly becoming to really be an inconvenience to me now. The mouse shows up fine on everywhere else in the program just not liquify screen!
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