I tried the new HSL color picker in PhotoLab 4.0.0 build 42.
When I activate the color picker the mouse cursor shape changes as expected. Then I move the mouse cursor over the picture. But the visible mouse cursor is stuck at the picture edge. In the histogram tool I can still see the current color changing as I continue to move my mouse. Also when I left click the HSL tool reacts and changes color selection. Only the visible cursor is stuck until I leave the picture area again.
My system is MacOS 10.15.7 on an iMac Retina 5K, 27", 2019 with Radeon Pro 580X graphics.
Too much zoomed in?
i never seen this behaviour.
First thanks for the hint. Missed this new feature. But for me it’s working. Though I am using Mojave, its not really comparable.
No, I tried with different pictures and zoom levels.
I will try again after a reboot and see if this fixes it.
No issue here on Mac mini Catalina.
After a restart of PL4 this didn’t happen anymore. If it occurs again I will check which circumstances are similar.
Could be a videocard software interaction issue with V4, in my world of field service engineer we call this a “bogged volt” or a bit is choked/stuck in traffic. hard reboot and problem gone till the next time.
if happens often it needs to adressed to otherwise to much time and too less gain to solve.
It gets more strange. The HSL color picker works now, but since a few weeks I notice that certain local adjustments show the same problem: The cursor is stuck at the corner of the image, but the tool continues to move and work as usual. Just that I can’t see it. I see the issue with brush, eraser and auto mask brush, so all tools with a radius. The brush and auto mask tools are even stuck outside of the image because they show the radius.
The weirdest thing: This happens only when I use a mouse, either Magic Mouse or Logitech MX Anywhere 2. When I use a Wacom tablet the cursor moves across the image as normal. So I don’t think it is a graphics issue.
Btw: Now on MacOS 11.2.