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Well, this request for help goes out to all the techies on Newgrounds, I guess. I've had my Wacom Intuos 2 Tablet for many years, and with my older computers, the tablet has worked fine. Then I upgraded to Windows 7 (64-bit) about a year ago, and now the tablet doesn't work. After installing the appropriate drivers from the Wacom website, the tablet doesn't seem to work with any of my Adobe programs.
Outside of the Adobe programs, the tablet is mapped properly: as I move my stylus to the bottom of my drawing area, the cursor moves to the bottom of the screen. The mapping for any Adobe program, however, is screwed up. I've gone to the Tablet Preferences and tried re-mapping the tablet to the specific programs, but it seems to be to no avail.
At 8/11/11 02:36 PM, Urban-Champion wrote: Sorry, I had similar problems with my Wacom Graphite, but my tablet's USB so it just needed an update from the Wacom site. Really, this post is just a bump just to bring it back to the top of the BBS, I just hope someone else more technologically inclined than myself can help you.
Yeah, mine's USB, too. I've already installed the latest drivers, so I'm not sure what to do...
At 8/11/11 02:53 PM, Ultimatefish wrote: Have you tried contacting them?
That's my very very last resort. I don't trust tech support.
"Is your computer on herp derp derp?"
At 8/11/11 03:00 PM, sir5000 wrote:At 8/11/11 02:53 PM, Ultimatefish wrote: Have you tried contacting them?That's my very very last resort. I don't trust tech support."Is your computer on herp derp derp?"
Is your computer on?
derp derp herp!
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