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''I have a similar problem In Photoshop the screen continually zooms out; but stops temporarily if I place my finger on the touch pad. 5 or 10 secs later it resumes.
In other apps it continually scrolls, again stopped only by the touch pad trick.''

you see... i have this problem too :| so i was wondering if you found a solution to it :) if you have please tell me, it driving me nuts!

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Hello there. Sorry to tell you but no. the graphire and intous pens are 2 different animals. one has 512 levels of sensitivity and the other has 1024 among other things. you have to get a new pen.

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SOURCE: I have the same problem, although my pen works in photoshop only

I updated my vista to service pack 2 and it started working again. whohoooo!

Posted on Jun 21, 2009

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SOURCE: pen pressure stopped working in photoshop

This has happened to me before, and I don't know any surefire way to fix it, but this usually helps--

First, try closing down photoshop and reopening it. Then the pressure should work.
If that doesn't work, do it over again but when you start drawing, try doing so on a new file. If it's STILL not working, my last suggestion is restarting the computer and trying again. I can usually get it working, but I'm not sure how exactly it happens XD;

Posted on Aug 04, 2009

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SOURCE: Touch Strip scrolling gets jammed

If you set the scroller options to "only accept input from pen" The problem will go away and yet still function when needed.

Posted on Aug 12, 2009

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SOURCE: My Wacom Bamboo Pen and Touch tablet isn't picking

That happens to mine too! I might contact wacom, because i spent £100 on this!

Posted on May 09, 2010

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