Photoshop/Wacom Bug

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Apr 28, 2022 Apr 28, 2022

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So for some reason when I use my Wacom tablet with any other Adobe product it's fine, my issue is specifically with Photoshop. Whenever I first open Photoshop, at first it's fine, I can paint with without issue, even the pressure working, but the second I change anything (the colour I'm using, if I zoom in then go back to brush, or if I even just change the size of the brush) suddenly it refuses to acknowledge my pen/tablet. Like I can still move the pen on my screen, but if I try to paint in Photoshop, it won't acknowledge me clicking or anything. But if I close it and restart, it'll start all over again till I try to change anything again.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 28, 2022 Apr 28, 2022

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There are two Wacom user groups on Facebook where people answer questions.

 

But it might be time to leave Wacom and start looking at other options.  XP-Pen, Xencelabs, Huion, etc.  There are so many competitors producing really quality pieces of tech at more affordable prices. 

I love Wacom, but I also love a few other brands now. 

But first make sure your Wacom Drivers are all up to date.

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I have found it necessary to reinstall the tablet driver periodically and often after an Adobe update. This will usually address these types of issues.

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