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    Re: Wacky Pen tool behavior

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    Looks like resetting Preferences did the trick. Twenty-five years on PS and I have never had to do this. Probably some kind of ransomware or disruption in The Force must have caused it!
    Seriously, thx for the help and I'll report back if anything changes.
    Well, it's doing it again. It's gone back to that behavior that when I have a Path inside another Path, it doesn't become selected. I'm going to contact Adobe as I'm creating Clipping Paths all the time and since I'm paying for 2017 CC and can't use it... I did download the latest update to PS CC but I still have this issue.

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    Re: Wacky Pen tool behavior

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    Got it solved! I ended up calling Adobe tech support and they actually helped! He changed the name of a preference folder and that seems to have solved it-for now. I say for now as after resetting Prefs before the issue came back so... Will update if needed. Thx, all.

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