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    Increasing and decreasing Brush size not continous.

    So how come these new drivers don't allow for me to hold down the button on he pen to increase the brush strokes gradually? I have to keep clicking to reach the desired size. I used to be just hold i down and it'll increase in size.

    Any way to fix this? Thanks

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    Yeah it's been mentioned quite a while ago, I know it's been talked about last year.

    You can use the touch strips if you have them on the intuos 3 but I map them to the touch ring on the intuos 4 and 5 and it's much easier.

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    Thanks Arshes. I've got the intuos . i doubt I'll get used to switching brushes with the ring, but I'll give it a whirl. Why did they remove it in the first place do you know??

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