Photoshop: Dragging layer no longer works (jumps back to original location)

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When I try to drag a layer in Photoshop it moves for a brief second and then jumps back to the original position no matter where I let go of it.

It almost looks like it's snapping to it's original position. (Verified all snap settings are off)

Here is a video of the problem:
http://screencast.com/t/IniOoL58

I have tried, to no avail:
- Resetting settings
- Updating to latest version: 12.0.4 x64
- Full reinstall
- Full reinstall and updating to latest version: 12.0.4 x64
- Using a different mouse

It doesn't appear to be related to the file either. It happens in all files and does not happen on a different computer in the office.

I found a forum where someone reported the same issue earlier this month but it was a result of using a tablet. I do not have any other device attached aside from a keyboard and a mouse.

Forum post: http://www.modelmayhem.com/po.php?thr...
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Nate

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Posted 7 years ago

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Charles Badland

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There is a pretty long thread over at adobe.com of this same problem. Looks like may be multiple issues. If you don't have a tablet, could be another app is causing a conflict. Do you have iCopy installed? If so try quitting and see if you still have the problem.
Anyway, look here to see if any other suggestions help:
http://forums.adobe.com/message/30229...
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Nice, I didn't find that thread when I was searching.

I did have iCopy and after disabling 'copy mouse drags' from the iCopy settings it worked!

Appreciate the help.

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