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    i don't know about vista, but i tried windows 7 these days. it's pretty similar to vista, though. first unhide system protected files and file extensions from control panel. then go to your windows partition (e.g. c) and look for the folder users (it's Documents and settings equivalent from XP) go under your user name -> app data -> roaming (the path may not be exactly like this, but pretty close, i'm on xp now). i couldn't find it either when using the search function.
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    Found it thanks guys. Will see if this is better than just using the normal pressure. Anybody tried this with an Intuos4?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brashen View Post
    Found it thanks guys. Will see if this is better than just using the normal pressure. Anybody tried this with an Intuos4?
    Quite honestly, I haven't because it felt so close to how I draw traditionally. I could give it a shot but just haven't felt the need to.
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    Well I tried it out.............
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    Brashen what did you set yours at?
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    I used the same percentage that the link recommended. Since I have the Intuos4 I used 75% of 1024 and 2048.
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    I tried this at my wacom I4 , I think this could be necessary because int4 just eats pen nibs.
    I might take 80-85% instead of 75, because this was needed for the 1024 PPlevels, and the 2048 gives a lot of feeling. Also anyone noticed that in the wacom_tablet.dat file, the maximum wasn't 2048 but 2047?
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    again proving this learning community to be the most valuable resource i've ever come across, thanks guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arshes Nei View Post
    Quite honestly, I haven't because it felt so close to how I draw traditionally. I could give it a shot but just haven't felt the need to.
    glad to hear that, i ordered me I4 XL waiting for it to arrive, which one did you get?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LosPescados View Post
    Also anyone noticed that in the wacom_tablet.dat file, the maximum wasn't 2048 but 2047?
    yes. it's explained in the original tutorial. the counting starts from 0, so from 0 to 2047 are 2048 pressure levels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rinthe View Post
    glad to hear that, i ordered me I4 XL waiting for it to arrive, which one did you get?
    I got the Large.
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    Wait I have like 6 different lines that read PressureCurveControlPoint. Which ones am I supposed to modify?
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    If I remember, it's enough to change first two lines. If it doesn't work, just replace values in all six lines with editor's replace function (so you can change all values at one time)
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