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Multi select not working on Yosemite with new Wacom Driver

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Multi select not working on Yosemite with new Wacom Driver

Postby BenjaminMarkus » Wed 21. Dec 2016, 23:58

I just reformatted my 2013 Mac Pro and rolled back to Yosemite because I run several apps that aren't officially supported by Sierra yet and the El Capitan Disk Utility is an abomination without RAID support. However, after installing the new Wacom Cintiq driver I use to run my 22HD Cintiq display and Intuos4 tablet, it would appear that MacOSX's multiple file selection functionality seems to have stopped working. Now, when I press the shift key to select multiple contiguous files or the command key to select noncontiguous individual files, only the one single file is selected. I'm convinced this is a Wacom driver issue, because I can't recreate this behavior with a normal ball mouse or using Wacom mouse or pen without the driver installed. Is anyone else having this issue? It's extremely fustrating.

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Re: Multi select not working on Yosemite with new Wacom Driver

Postby wacom1 » Thu 29. Dec 2016, 11:01

If you are using a newer driver, I suggest to go back to driver version 6.3.15-3. You shouldn't see such a problem with this driver.

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