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Paintool SAI, and Linux compatibility


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#1 catnapgood

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Posted 29 March 2013 - 02:36 PM

Heya Guys.

 

I run an older Pentium 4 computer (XP) and have been looking to reformat. I was considering a Linux OS. Possibly Ubuntu or Debian because of it's large community and fewer bugs and errors.

 

But, I needed to make sure that all of my programs would work on it. One essential program I use is Paintool SAI. After researching a bit I found that although the program would run with a Window's environment. Touch sensitivity does not work. I use a Wacom Intuos 4, and the most important part of a digital painting or photo manipulation software is the ability to have pressure sensitivity.

 

 

I am still a fan of Linux though, so I decided to actually ask a forum myself as to whether there is any way to get Paintool SAI to work to its full ability on Linux.

 

Thank you.



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