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Product Registration:
Please register our products on https://www.wacom.com/register
How do I register my Wacom device?

New Operating System releases:
macOS 12 ("Monterey") support: Is there a driver for macOS 12 Monterey?
Windows 11 support: Is there a driver for Windows 11?

MacOS Driver Setup: Setting up the Wacom driver with macOS

Issues with MS Edge browser:
When MS Edge is updated to version 94 and then opened and interacted with a Pen display the computer will crash and give the “Blue screen of death.”
This is NOT a Wacom driver issue, it has been reported from other devices using Windows Ink as well.
Disabling Windows Ink in Windows will resolve the issue.
See https://support.wacom.com/hc/en-us/arti ... -can-I-do-

Why is this necessary? (solution to Photoshop problem)

Intuos, Intuos Pro, Bamboo, Graphire, etc.
GushingDizzy
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Why is this necessary? (solution to Photoshop problem)

Postby GushingDizzy » Mon 18. Jun 2018, 02:18

I have FINALLY found a solution that allows the pressure sensitivity of my Intuos Pro to work in Photoshop
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruKcvMQICII

It's been working fine for me on all other painting and 3D sculpting software, just not Photoshop, and it's been driving me crazy for the past year.

GushingDizzy
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Re: Why is this necessary? (solution to Photoshop problem)

Postby GushingDizzy » Sun 6. Feb 2022, 15:55

For some reason this technique has suddenly stopped working for me. And weirdly my PSUserConfig.txt file had disappeared from my Photoshop Settings folder so I had to do it again. Any ideas? I still don't have to do anything like this for any other program, but I've always had to do it for Photoshop.

GushingDizzy
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Re: Why is this necessary? (solution to Photoshop problem)

Postby GushingDizzy » Sun 6. Feb 2022, 16:26

Nevermind. I got it working again. Uninstalling and reinstalling the driver did the trick.


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