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June 27th, 2009 #1
My intuos4 touch ring isn't working?
Hi, all. Mind if I bug you for some help?
So I got my intuos4 recently, and it's a thing of beauty. Everything works fine except for an odd glitch I can't seem to figure out. The rotate canvas toggle on my touch ring doesn't seem to work.
I've been using it mostly in PS CS4, when I try to rotate with the touch ring the cursor on the computer just flickers between whatever tool I'm on and the eyedropper tool. The funny thing is it does this only with the rotate option. If i assign a different function to the 4th setting, like zoom, it's fine again.
Is there some option or setting I have to change to get this to work? It doesn't seem like a problem with the hardware since other options work fine (although no number shows up on the diagnostic menu). I have no idea what to do here and man, I need that rotate working D:
The driver version is 6.1.0-6. I'd really appreciate any help you guys could offer. Thanks.
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I don't have CS4 so I can't check myself, but my friend says you just need to activate "Enable OpenGL drawing", under performance in the preferences.
I had the same problem when I tried CS4 with my new Intuos4 and this sorted it
June 28th, 2009 #3
Ah. It didn't work. But thanks .
I think I've found the problem though. The canvas rotation is set to keystroke ALT F13 and F14... and my keyboard only goes up to 12.
Er... am I gonna have to get a new keyboard if I want the rotate canvas to work D : ?
June 28th, 2009 #4
there are no keyboars with f13 and f14.. i called wacom about this, no fix so far. you'll have to wait.
July 10th, 2009 #5
Thanks for the tip. Well, now I'm confused. Why on Earth would they bind it to a key that doesn't exist?
(I tried rebinding it to the Arbitrary Canvas Rotate but all it does is bring up the menu, feh).
So is the only solution to wait for Wacom then?
July 10th, 2009 #6
yea just wait
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Works fine for me on Intuos4 with Photoshop CS4.... rotates in 5 degree increments. MY keyboard doesn't have those function keys either. It doesn't matter.... when you rotate your finger on the ring you are sending those keyboard commands to Photoshop whether your physical keyboard has those keys or not.
Perhaps updating your drivers might help? I'm on 6.1.1-3
July 11th, 2009 #8
July 20th, 2009 #9
Well, driver's updated. Still the same problem. So I guess i'm in the same boat as Rinthe for now. (Unless... you've managed to get your's working somehow ; P ?). Good thing Painter has a rotate function.
Thanks for the suggestions, guys.
July 21st, 2009 #10
September 18th, 2009 #11
Bumping this because I managed to figure it out. Maybe it will help someone.
Edit > Preferences > Performances.
Check the Enable OpenGL drawing box like Liz said above. Then notch up the memory usage to 80%.
I had to close and open PS after that but works fine now .
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January 12th, 2010 #12
Happy I found this thread, thanks for the info Griffu.
However, I still have a problem. I'm using CS3 with my Intuos 4 and had the same problem as you with my 2nd, 3rd and 4th radial menu function keys. So zoom worked, not the others. So I turned up the performance option (couldn't find an "Enable OpenGL Drawing" box in my CS3 menus), and tried a few different %'s. Strangely, turning it up to anything above what it was before (60-70-80+) all made the 2nd and 3rd radial keys work - so I can cycle layers and change brush size.
BUT, my 4th function, rotate canvas still does the same flicker/eyedropper/start key etc. malarkey
Hopefully someone has the answer ... ?
January 13th, 2010 #13
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January 13th, 2010 #14
December 20th, 2011 #15
I ran into this thread and forum because this problem drove me nuts today. I knew it was working before (canvas zoom & rotation w/ touch ring). btw I'm in OSX Lion & PS CS5.1. anyway...
My solution was just to reset Photoshop preferences by pressing and holding Shift+Option+Command (Mac OS) or Shift+Ctrl+Alt (Windows) immediately after you start Photoshop.
This did the trick for me. The functionality came back.