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06-15-2010, 10:47 PM
I'm running windows 7 and I'm having a bit of a problem with my photoshop cs5 on my le1600, when i open it up,
the cursor is way to the upper left of the screen and does not match up with my stylus, in the least, but the second i exit out of it, its fine and on point with my stylus.
If there some setting I need to change or something I maybe didnt update to get this work correctly?
06-16-2010, 07:30 AM
Might the issue be specific to your graphics driver ?
This might be more of a Windows 7 question than a
Here are the photoshop requirements.
Hopefully someone will have first hand knowledge here.
I know most people like more lightweight drawing apps on low powered ultraportable tablets like the LE1600.
Photoshop is a beast.
06-16-2010, 09:19 AM
Thanks for the response, I found out it was because I was using the wacom drivers, apparently in windows 7 those are out of date.
So now photoshop cs5 works fine but I have no pressure sensitivity....
Any idea how to get that back?
06-16-2010, 12:39 PM
In my forum travels I think I have read that you need to install the wacom European bamboo drivers. Sorry I don't remember where I read that, but that might help narrowing down the search for you.
06-19-2010, 02:47 PM
Change your screen orientation. I have the same problem with Photoshop CS4/5 on my Hptc1100. Both landscape orientations work fine, but one of the portrait orientations gives me the same problem with the cursor being almost flipped/mirrored from where the pen is. I have the same problem with Corel Painter as well. But once you exit the graphic application the problem just disappears.
07-07-2010, 08:24 AM
You can use the Wacom Preferences Utility to remove all user preferences. On my TC1100 PS CS5 just magically starts working again.
Then adjust the sensitivites etc. to you preference but AVOID CALIBRATING the stylus with the Wacom software. This, for some reason, screws up the cursor position on MANY drawing-related apps.
My cursor is already well-calibrated on Win7 and doesn't need to be calibrated any further.
Hello. DigitalRhino is right. Search the European Wacom forums, there is a thread on this.
Basically, you install the Bamboo driver, then, they have a link to a file named "cons521-6_int.exe" that you install next.
Do not use the Wacom TabletPC drivers, uninstall them. Use the above files, instead.
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