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Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by zzz, May 3, 2006.

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  1. zzz

    zzz Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    I posted this question at the Wacom Forum but got no response (so far).
    Thought I'd try it here.:D
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    "Hi,

    I'm using Intuos 2-6X8 w/ Photoshop CS2 (Win XP Pro.)

    I set my brush cursor display to 'Normal Brush Tip.' (Photoshop Preferences).

    When I use the mouse the brush stroke is normal (the cursor and stroke are the same size.)
    When I use the pen the brush stroke is smaller and and doesn't match the cursor. (it's centered and doesn't fill the cursor.)

    Consequently, when I paint with the pen I have to guess where the edge of my brush is and I get a smaller stroke.

    I reinstalled and updated the Driver but nothing helped.

    Hope there is a remedy (setting?) because I prefer the 'Normal Brush Tip' setting.

    Thank You,
    AZ:cool:
     
  2. erick295

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    You're probably not pressing hard enough, or your pressure sensitivity setting (in the WACOM control panel) is too low. If you don't want pressure to affect your stroke weight, turn off shape dynamics in Photoshop's advanced brush settings panel.
     
  3. wilson44512

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    you can try this. when your in photoshop. go to edit/preference/display&cursors. an you can change your brush tips there.
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  4. zzz

    zzz Thread Starter

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    Hi.

    Thanx to all for helping!

    Wacom finally came thru and the trick is:
    Window - Brushes - turn off Shape Dynamics and Other Dynamics.

    I made Presets so I can switch when I want Pressure Sensitivity.

    Have a Creative Day,
    AZ;-)
     
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