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Posted on 21-03-08 21:16
I use a Genius G-Pen tablet with Photoshop CS2, but I have an issue. I have the pressure sensitivity under control, but I have an issue with actual motion. The tablet is set to relative location, and it works fine when PS is not on; however, the sensitivity of the tablet decreases by around 500% when Photoshop runs. I think Photoshop is trying to make it more precise; well, it's so precise I can't even draw a line 300px long!

How can I disable or configure the motion sensitivity of a stylus/graphics tablet in Photoshop? Adobe help is not helping, and I have not been able to find anything on this googling... all is just pressure sensitivity or a related issue. I have this up on yahoo answers right here

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As a temporary solution I have my tracking set to absolute, but I would prefer relative...


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Posted on 22-03-08 03:53
mmm, no one know anythign on this? The issue is not the pen's driver, I am pretty sure...

I'll try to find a generic driver for the tablet, the proprietary one might be the problem... at least I could rule that out.


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dude whats up with all your double post?


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Posted on 22-03-08 04:27
Just bumping I guess... 'eh, does it bump me when I edit? I know I shouldn't do it but I'm desperate for a solution, I can't find anything on why PS does this :\ but I'm still looking...


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Posted on 22-03-08 04:30
ahh, just bumping. i see. well its gooding your trying to bump for solution. well i am not too got photoshow myself. so i can't help you. but il will try to figure it out too.


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