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    Intuos 3, Painter X, and Leopard

    So I got Leopard and now everytime I try and use my Wacom with Painter its messed up. The screen mapping isn't right and the pressure is all wrong. I downloaded the new software, but when I try and open the driver in System Preferences I am getting an error that says no compatible tablet found. Anyone else having these issues? Thanks!
    Jeffrey J. Visgaitis
    The Inner Circle
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    The fix

    I had the same problem.

    If you look in Application/Wacom Tablet, you'll see something called Remove Wacom Tablet. Run that, then reinstall the latest Wacom software.

    You'll lose any custom pen settings and will have to recreate them, but your mapping will be correct again.
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    Hey. I'm also running Painter X with an intuos 3 and Leopard, and I only get a few minor glitches.
    I know that's not very helpful, but at least it shows you that the combination of the three do work.
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