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Wacom tablet plug-in

17 Jul 2015 16:59
(Sorry if someone already asked that but I don't understand dutch  )
I downloaded the wacom tablet plug-ins and installed them but they won't work. Am I missing something?

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17 Jul 2015 19:14
That depends what you're trying to use it with.

Pressure sensitivity is not supported in Animaki.

If you're still working in Shi-Painter, click the "P" in the corner of the scroll bars to enable pressure sensitivity.

In Blush, it should be self-evident. There are 3 checkboxes labeled "Wacom pen pressure" in the brush settings window.

If you can't see the checkboxes in Blush, there is most likely a problem with the tablet web plugin installation. Check your browser's plug-ins and/or extensions to see if the Wacom web plugin appears, and if it is enabled. Sometimes all you need to do is enable it, but in most cases it's not so easy.

If the above did not help you, it's time for more drastic measures. Re-installing the web plugin itself rarely has any effect though. The installer for the plugin doesn't work very well. But the Wacom web plugin should be included with the drivers for your Wacom product, and the driver installation program tends to be more reliable. Download the latest driver, uninstall all Wacom software (drivers and plugins) currently on your computer, then install the downloaded driver. If that doesn't do the trick, I'm out of ideas.

Good luck!

17 Jul 2015 20:34
Roel wrote:
That depends what you're trying to use it with.

Pressure sensitivity is not supported in Animaki.

If you're still working in Shi-Painter, click the "P" in the corner of the scroll bars to enable pressure sensitivity.

In Blush, it should be self-evident. There are 3 checkboxes labeled "Wacom pen pressure" in the brush settings window.

If you can't see the checkboxes in Blush, there is most likely a problem with the tablet web plugin installation. Check your browser's plug-ins and/or extensions to see if the Wacom web plugin appears, and if it is enabled. Sometimes all you need to do is enable it, but in most cases it's not so easy.

If the above did not help you, it's time for more drastic measures. Re-installing the web plugin itself rarely has any effect though. The installer for the plugin doesn't work very well. But the Wacom web plugin should be included with the drivers for your Wacom product, and the driver installation program tends to be more reliable. Download the latest driver, uninstall all Wacom software (drivers and plugins) currently on your computer, then install the downloaded driver. If that doesn't do the trick, I'm out of ideas.

Good luck!

Oh okay thanks