We work with Wacom quite a bit. The tablet and pen are working within Windows. I had uninstalled my drivers etc like others had suggested. I was also pretty tired at that point, so didn’t have time to spend looking for an answer last night. This was accompanied by a little image showing me how to activate the shape dynamics on the brushes.
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If you require further assistance, please complete the below enquiry form to receive support to your enquiry via email. Note, I don’t use photoshop too expensive! I must say, I have a lot of problems with Wacom drivers with other software and hardware, and their forum and customer service is below any acceptable level – I have posted several questions about serious issues in the forum and contacted their customer support – guess what – wzcom answer!
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Please contact Wacom support and work with them to determine the problems with your tablet. This thread did not help either. I had uninstalled my drivers etc like wacom ptz-930 had suggested. I get this little warning in my brush settings when I try to put it on Pen Pressure or tilt wacom ptz-930 other setting that requires pressure sensitivity, but it doesn’t tell me how to fix it.
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