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  • petercook80
    Problems with Tablet and Clone tool
    petercook80
    Junior Member
    by petercook80
    Hi,
    My question/problem is as follows..

    System ...I have a PenPartner tablet, I run Windows2000, I have downloaded the latest driver from Wacom (which did not solve the problem).

    Problem...I have just started using Photoshop Elements 2 and I have noticed that when...
    08-20-2005, 05:19 AM
  • ronfya
    Intuos4 lagging when cloning-healing in Photoshop
    ronfya
    Junior Member
    by ronfya
    Hi there,

    I bought a brand new Intuos4 medium and I already have an issue.
    When I alt-click to sample an area for cloning-healing in Photoshop, the healing brush gets frozen in place for about half to one second. Thus, I am always waiting the healing brush for my next move....
    08-04-2011, 07:53 AM
  • MarieParis
    Ignorant about Wacom
    MarieParis
    Junior Member
    by MarieParis
    Hi: when retouching black skin I keep getting light marks left behind wherever I use the healing or spot healing brush to take out blemishes even in areas free of surrounding shadows. I've tried adjusting my brush to make it softer, the angle, changing the opacity, etc. But I still get a mark left behind....
    01-18-2008, 02:01 PM
  • Vikki
    PS7 Brush Pressure
    Vikki
    Senior Member
    by Vikki
    I've been at a loss to figure out how to keep my brush from changing every time I use a different tool. Also, why I keep losing the pen pressure for my Wacom tablet.
    I did a search on Google Groups, and found the following TIP that really set me straight on this.
    The last sentence is the...
    05-22-2002, 05:48 PM
  • rrustic
    Question on adding color
    by rrustic
    I use photoshop 6 and a Wacom tablet.
    When I add color, the opacity setting (amount of color I see) is constant as long as a keep my pen down. If I lift the pen and continue coloring, if a go over a prevoius colored area, the color is "multiplied". If I do not lift the pen. I can...
    05-18-2006, 08:04 PM
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