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Intuos Tablet - No Sensitivity in Photoshop


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#1 Roketto

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Posted 21 December 2014 - 06:01 PM

I need an easy, step-by-step guide to making my pen have sensitivity in Photoshop.  I've tried all the "easy" fixes, like making sure pen sensitivity is checked under brush settings, & opening PS with the pen, not my mouse.  I've just downloaded the newest driver from wacom.com, & still, I can't vary the thinkness of lines I draw.  I'm at my wit's end here, please someone help me. :(

 

Model: Intuos CTL-480

 

System: Windows 7

 

Photoshop: CS3

 

Any other info I need to give you guys to help me troubleshoot it?

 

EDIT: After that last driver download & opening PS with the pen, pressure is currently working.  Still, this was monumentally annoying, & from what I've read from other people with similar problems, it may randomly decide to not draw properly with pressure.  ..sighs..


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Posted 21 December 2014 - 11:50 PM

CS3 is a bit out-dated for some of the newer drawing tablets. The newer versions are much better at pen recognition and pressure points of the devices. I had a similar issue with my Wacom tablet but after moving to PS Creative Cloud, it works perfectly with no other changes (IE: Drivers/software updates)


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