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Digital Inking Not Working On Illustrator Randomly

Community Beginner ,
Jul 04, 2018

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Pen pressure always works in Photoshop but for Illustrator, it randomly doesn't work because it doesn't respond to the pressure and the faster I draw the skinnier It is but if I'm slow it's really big.

I'm using a Ugee tablet 1910-b, and my laptop is an inspiron 5567. I tried new drivers, factory resetting, downloading Wacom drivers (it doesn't recognize my tablet) and reinstalling illustrator. What do I do to fix this?

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Digital Inking Not Working On Illustrator Randomly

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Jul 04, 2018

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Pen pressure always works in Photoshop but for Illustrator, it randomly doesn't work because it doesn't respond to the pressure and the faster I draw the skinnier It is but if I'm slow it's really big.

I'm using a Ugee tablet 1910-b, and my laptop is an inspiron 5567. I tried new drivers, factory resetting, downloading Wacom drivers (it doesn't recognize my tablet) and reinstalling illustrator. What do I do to fix this?

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Jul 23, 2020

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This is an onld post, sorry I did not see it till now. In Photoshop there are other parameters for how the brush and tablet interact, since the result to be output is pixels. (There is softness of stroke, airbrush etc) As far as I know speed is not a variable that can be mapped in Adobe Illustrator (if you are not using plugins from Astute Graphics). If the pen glitches the stroke usually sets to the default width of the stroke otherwise it is pressure. To trouble shoot a static image is hard because the caligraphic brush is only recorded live, and so only by recording a movie where also the pen pressure is visible will it be possible to se what actually happened. What brush are you using? Caligraphic? What is your width and variation settings? Could we see the brush settings?

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