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    Bamboo Fun Pen and Touch CTH-661/S and Adobe Photoshop CS6

    A quirk that I get with my Bamboo Fun Pen and Touch tablet and Photoshop CS6.

    I have the tablet sensitivity on, but at times when I want to get into detailed strokes the sensitivity sort of "Turns off". If you take a look at the picture, the nice and creamy strokes are when I flick the stylus across the pad. The dark circular strokes is when I pull the pen across slowly. This is the same brush. This makes drawing details pretty darn hard, and it just started doing this. Freaking sucks.

    I use the same tablet with Corel Painter 12 and this problem doesn't exist, Tablet PC Input Service is also turned off by the way.

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    Okay, I stopped my babying and found out what to do. It turns out this is a common problem.

    Windows Vista/7/ and 8 want to be helpful to people using a pen tablet but they just get in the way with their Press and Hold feature.

    So what I found out you could do is:
    Go to the control panel
    Look up Pen and Touch Service
    Click Change Tablet Pen Settings
    Click on Press and Hold in the quasi-drop down window.
    Click Settings
    Turn that shit off, so you won't run into my problem.
    Go back and you can turn off flicks too, because that is also annoying.


    Here is a link of where I found it out:
    http://forums.adobe.com/message/5080117

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