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Aug 23, 2020

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Hi. 

I've been struggling to get the pen pressure working on photoshop for a few days now. 

Following online self-help, I was able to successfully get the pen pressure function to work within Photoshop (by creating a PSUserConfig.txt file.) However, it still isn't working correctly. Every time I draw with Pen pressure turned on, the pen shoot to the top left-hand corner of the screen continuously as I draw.

Like so:

Penissue.jpg

This only occurs when the ‘Windows INK function’ is enabled within the tablets settings window. Without this enable the pen pressure does not work at all. I have uninstalled and reinstalled both the tablet drivers and Photoshop, updated Windows, updated drivers (even swapped UBS ports the tablets plugged into) and it still nothings fixed it. Am I missing something obvious? Anyone got any ideas whats going on?

 

Operating system: Windows 10

Tablet: Veikk A15

Photoshop: CC 2020

 

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Pen Pressure Issue

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Aug 23, 2020

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Hi. 

I've been struggling to get the pen pressure working on photoshop for a few days now. 

Following online self-help, I was able to successfully get the pen pressure function to work within Photoshop (by creating a PSUserConfig.txt file.) However, it still isn't working correctly. Every time I draw with Pen pressure turned on, the pen shoot to the top left-hand corner of the screen continuously as I draw.

Like so:

Penissue.jpg

This only occurs when the ‘Windows INK function’ is enabled within the tablets settings window. Without this enable the pen pressure does not work at all. I have uninstalled and reinstalled both the tablet drivers and Photoshop, updated Windows, updated drivers (even swapped UBS ports the tablets plugged into) and it still nothings fixed it. Am I missing something obvious? Anyone got any ideas whats going on?

 

Operating system: Windows 10

Tablet: Veikk A15

Photoshop: CC 2020

 

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Aug 23, 2020

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If you are using the PSUserConfig.txt 

# Use WinTab in PS CC for Wacom Tablet not INK
UseSystemStylus 0

And un check use Windows ink in the tablet deviset setting.  WinTap will be used and what your screen capture shows is a typical problem you see with the Broken WinTab support.  You need to use windows INK with Photoshop version 21.1 and newer.

# Use INK would be 

UseSystemStylus 1 

 

and the tablet needs to be sets to use INK with Photoshop

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Sep 09, 2020

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I am having the same issue, the first time I input the PSUserconfig.txt file a it worked just fine, then all of sudden it stopped working . I had to update photoshop to the latest version last night and still nothing. I tried to input that psuser file again and still nothing. 

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Install 21.2.3.

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