I removed from my previous post what I thought was the solution to my odd Photoshop temporary loss of pressure sensitivity. The new bamboo drivers came out so I installed them. This round for the bamboo drivers DO NOT SUPPORT TABLET PCS. I used it any way and ran the "cons521-6_int.exe" after the install. I painted for al full day (only a few hours) and no problems. Well it is back today, so problem is still not fixed.
So I uninstalled the new Bamboo drivers and went back a driver revision and this new tablet button hold problem is no longer an issue.
The really odd thing is all my problems seem to be Photoshop cs5 only. I guess I will just have to live with it. I hope the next tablet pc wacom driver update fixes this minor glitch.
For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved. (John 3:17)
Bondok, mine is running Win7 64 bit right now, and I love how it performs over XP tablet Edition. I was kind of worried about the pen flicks/tablet stuff on Win7 but overall it feels much better. I put it in on 64bit because I do plan to upgrade to about 4gb
I just bought a toshiba portege m700 for this sort of purpose. It's still in transit, but I'm eager to see how it works. It isn't as portable as the 16 or 1700, but it has 4GB of ram, dual core, 2.0GHz, a 120GB hard drive, and an indoor/outdoor screen. I'm hoping to run photoshop cs4, mypaint, and sketchbookpro on it. Has anyone tried one of these yet? It looks promising, what with its epic specs and such.