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photoshop_icon.gifHave you ever had a problem trying to get Photoshop to do something that you know you've done before, but it just simply won't work this time around?  I had that very issue last week with trying to see my text I was typing in photoshop.  No matter what I tried, my text kept coming up invisible.  I could see that I was typing something in the layers along the right handside of the interface, however, the text would just not show up in the picture I was working on.  It was very frustrating.  Until someone suggested we reset the Photoshop settings.

It was as simple as pressing CMD+ALT+SHIFT (all three keys at once), when opening Photoshop; you will then be prompted to Delete the Photoshop Settings; click Yes, and now you have reset your settings back to their defaults.  This solution worked perfectly.

If you are a PC user, use CTRL+ALT+SHIFT.

reset_photoshop_prompt.gifWhat do you have to lose by resetting Photoshop?  Basically any personal preferences you may have set, but you won't lose any filters or plug-ins you may have.
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