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    hi. today i wanted to draw something with my tablet. when i started photoshop cs2 i was a little bit shocked. i dont know why but i think the stroke of the brush is way to big. watch:

    the pen for the tablet isnt dirty or something. is this normal? greez

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    Somebody will probably be along to move this into the Photoshop forum, but until then...use these two keys to make your brushes smaller and larger as you work.

    Boy, is my keyboard dirty.

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    Good advice, but if you use pen pressure in 'other dynamics' a re-boot of Photoshop often resets it.

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