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Blush doesn't seem to work with Cintiq

24 Jun 2020 01:02
Ive never participated in an Oekaki board but it sounds so nice. Unfortunately whenever I try to use the Blush program with my Cintiq but it doesnt work! Whenever I try to make a pen stroke the cursor stays put on the canvas until I lift the pen...

I tried following the link but it leads to a wacom download that includes no installables or executable files.

How do I get my tablet to work in browser?

Thank you!

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26 Jun 2020 07:29
I have a Cintiq myself, and Blush works fine.

Are you on Windows? Windows has some built-in pen/tablet settings which can mess up certain aspects of Wacom's drivers. Search the Windows control panel for any settings related to "pen", "tablet" or "touch" and disable them if possible.

26 Jun 2020 21:58
I cant seem to find anything that I would be able to disable in the control panel with regards to tablets. My tablet works with Clip Studio and works on other in-browser drawing services. Super strange. I'll keep looking into things, just wanted to see if anybody else had this problem.

26 Jun 2020 22:14
I was sort of able to figure it out. In the Wacom Pen tablet settings menu I disabled Windows Ink, and that allows me to use the pen in browser. Unfortunately theres no pen sensitivity, but I will keep tweaking

29 Jun 2020 00:15
If you are using Windows 11, then you might find it helpful to turn off the visual effects and also turn on the ignore touch input options in Windows' Pen settings.  (I had the same problem, and found these two helped.  For some reason, when one uses HTML5 drawing apps in browser, when you lift the wacom pen and move it off of the Cintiq, it triggers a 'touch' response.)

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30 Jun 2020 04:54 / last edited 30 Jun 2020 04:55
kniroid schreef:
I disabled Windows Ink

Windows Ink, that's what it was called! Sorry I got that wrong.


kniroid schreef:
Unfortunately theres no pen sensitivity, but I will keep tweaking

The documentation for various browsers tells of built-in support for pressure sensitivity, but it doesn't actually work at all in any browser on any system I've tested. Until I find some way around that, I'm afraid pressure sensitivity will remain problematic.

13 Sep 2020 16:29
Hi
Roel wrote:
The documentation for various browsers tells of built-in support for pressure sensitivity, but it doesn't actually work at all in any browser on any system I've tested. Until I find some way around that, I'm afraid pressure sensitivity will remain problematic.

I got it to work

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Wacom Intuos Pro

Instead of deactivating Windows Ink, in the pen settings turn double click distance (should be called something like this, my settings are german) to off.
Should work for Chrome/Edge.
Firefox in the about:config set "dom.w3c_pointer_events.dispatch_by_pointer_messages" to true.

Leange

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15 Sep 2020 14:25
Thanks for the info! Unfortunately, no matter if Windows Ink is on or off, on my system all browsers always report 0.5 instead of the actual pressure.

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Btw I have a Wacom Cintiq 21UX, and the pressure works perfectly fine in Photoshop and such.

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