12-03-2011 08:05 PM - edited 12-03-2011 09:42 PM
I'm trying to get Sketchbook Pro and Photoshop CS5 to have pressure sensitivity at the same time on my X220. I realize that once you uninstall the wacom driver, Sketchbook works, but Photoshop doesn't. When you reinstall the wacom driver, Photoshop works (along with my other drawing programs) and Sketchbook doesn't.
Does anyone know how to fix this problem and have Sketchbook have pressure sensitivity along with the other programs?
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12-03-2011 09:09 PM
I'm having a similar issue. Kinda. I got my lenovo yesterday, today I finally got to use it. Installed Phostoshop Cs5 and. . . no pressure sensitivity. I`ve tried several things . . . but to no result. I`m lost.
12-03-2011 09:48 PM
All I think you have to do is download the wacom driver from their website:
Install it and reboot and see if that works.
12-04-2011 01:09 PM
I know I'm going way off my topic, but did you delete the driver already installed before you installed the new wacom one?
And to anyone who has a X220 tablet, do you have both photoshop and sketchbook with pressure sensitivity?
12-04-2011 03:03 PM
12-04-2011 08:39 PM
Yeah, you go to Control panel> Programs> Uninstall a program
Then you should see ISD Tablet under Wacom Technologies. Delete that one and restart the computer. Then reinstall the new one and restart. Then go into Photoshop, and if it doesn't work when you first open it, give it 10 minutes and try again.
12-07-2011 08:34 AM
When I had problems with ArtRage, I found that the lenovo drivers has better pressure sentivity support than the stock wacom. With the wacom the pressure sentivity, soft requries impractically soft pen touches and any normal drawing ended up in thick lines. So was in OneNote.