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April 28th, 2007 #1
Is this normal?
I was wondering if this was normal in Photoshop. I zoomed out to about 16% and did the lines you see here. It's really annoying when it happens even at 25% like the lines down the bottom were done. It was weird becuase the grey lines underneith the black ones were done the night before at 25% as well and they dont seem jagged. Is there something wrong with my tablet or my photoshop application? might I have accidnetly changed a setting? I have an Intuos 3 and Photoshop CS 2, I also have smoothing turned on. Any help would be appreciated.
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No, it's not normal, but I can't say what the problem might be. intuos 3 tablets have such a high resolution that when combined with PS stroke interpolation they should yield smooth lines down to insane zooms (I tested this at 1% zoom and it yielded smooth lines, albeit changing direction sharply in some places)
-Wacom driver version
-Is your tablet set to map to the screen on a 1:1 basis? Should be in wacom properties.
April 28th, 2007 #3
Thanks for your reply.
My operating system is XP Professional and is up to date I believe. The driver is version 6.02-1. I don't know how to find out if my mapping is set to 1:1(the tablet is mapped to use the whole screen if thats what you mean) but I don't think that would be the problem. I tested in Painter IX.5 and there were no problems. I could zoom out all the way to 1% and no jagged lines present at all.
May 2nd, 2007 #4
Anyone might be able to help me? I would be very grateful, its still really bad and its really getting me down.
May 2nd, 2007 #5
you might want to try the wacom forums at http://www.wacom-europe.com/forum/default.asp?lang=uk
also, have you tried completely uninstalling and reinstalling ps?
May 14th, 2007 #6
Turns out my CPU fan was clogged with dust. cleaned it and it worked straight away. Computer started running much smoother. I didn't even notice how badly my computer was running. Good lesson