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Cintiq 27QHD Application settings

Cintiq and Cintiq Pro
smilefish
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Cintiq 27QHD Application settings

Postby smilefish » Thu 16. Feb 2017, 20:07

If i try to set special settings for Photoshop CC (for the pen or EK-Remote) in the tablet-settings this settings did not work. In the Tablet-settings-screen the settings will show in the right way, but in Photoshop it will not work! What could be the reason? Many thanks for each hint to solve this issue.
My OS is Win 10 and the newest wacom driver is installed. The Cintiq, the EK-Remote and the pen are proper recognized by the Driver (Panel).
All things work well, but the special settings Photoshop will not work (not at the pen and not at the EK Remote).

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