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Pen Pressure I bought a used intouos2 and i use firealpaca but the pen pressure isn't working. Do I set it up manually and if so how?

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i'm not really sure, but many many other people have the same problem (me included). have you tried removing and replacing the nib, downloading the new drive or adjusting the sensitivity on the control panel? i've even heard that hitting it on a table works. my guess is that something is clogged/broken because of disuse. it's really frustrating.

Posted on May 04, 2008

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SOURCE: Pen no longer pressure senstive in painter

Go to Start>Programs>Wacom>Wacom Properties and in there you should be able to "Add" Painter X to the programs recognised by the tablet app.

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Posted on Feb 04, 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: Pressure-sensitivity with pen doesn't always work

i'm assuming you clicked on shape dynamics...

use your pen to open photoshop with, worked for me...

Posted on Oct 15, 2009

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SOURCE: Wacom Pen Pressure issues

The pen will on make one thichness when in photoshop

Posted on Jun 13, 2010

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Hello. I'm not quite sure if this will be useful for you, but i'll tell you what happened to me. I bought the very same model but without the mouse, the G-pen450. When I just bought it, I just intalled the driver from the CD, and both the painter X and photoshop cs1 trials included. I had no problem when I was drawing in photosho cs1, but when I uninstalled it and and installed photoshop cs2, I was still able to draw with the pen, but it had no pressure sensibility, no matter how hard did I press the pen against the table or how many times i enabled or disabled the pressure settings in both photoshop and the tablet driver.

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