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Any way to use old Intuos 3 with newer Cintiq 22 drivers?

Intuos, Intuos Pro, Bamboo, Graphire, etc.
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Any way to use old Intuos 3 with newer Cintiq 22 drivers?

Postby Sesamme » Sat 23. Dec 2017, 22:58

Upgrading to newer technology turns out to be quite painful. First I decided to buy a new iMac 2017 with OS Sierra. It turned out that my old Cintiq 21 UX doesn't work with it. So I bought Cintiq 22HD, which requires the newer drivers in order to work on Sierra. I also still own Intuos 3 tablet. I usually need both for work, but now their drivers are incompatible! It's impossible to install both drivers as far as I tried. Despite this, is there any way possible to use them both simultaneously?

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