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Member Since: Jul 26, 2012
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hmmmm Sounds like some kind of drivers conflict.

I don't profess to know the problem but it sounds like a specific issue with Adobe software conflicting with the built in keyboard. I have a suggestion try taking your tablet and laptop to a friends place or to some type of computer lab where you are able to unplug the usb cable of another computer.... shhhhh ... its just a test you need to know what the root of the problem is and since no one is there to help this will help narrow down a few things... IHeck you can probably go to the Apple store and ask one of the geniuses to have a look at the problem... but thats only if you have one in your area..... ANYWAY try plugging in someone's keyboard into your Macbook and also plug in your tablet and see what happens...

We will then be able to deduce several things... if the keyboard doesn't work then there is clearly something wrong with the tablet itself or the Adobe PS software or some kind of driver issue. It might be something as simple as deleting some preferences who knows but my suggestion is try the USB keyboard solution and come back with your findings...

Oh one more thing was there software installation for the tablet or did you set up the settings of the tablet through the "System Preferences"? I mean try looking at the system preferences and first look at the settings for the tablet (if it has any) and also look at the trackpad settings and the keyboard settings see if there is anything wierd going on. I hope that helps

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