NEW tablet driver 6.3.23-4 for OSX released. For release notes use the link below the driver on the download page. Fixed: Problem mit modifiers on keyboard in combination with pentip, accidential double-clicks etc. Last update for an issue with ZBrush navigation.

New version for for Windows 6.3.23-1: Fixed various problems - zooming with expresskeys, 'driver not responding' error message and others.

For more details see the driver release notes on the driver download page.

Note: All users seeing wavy lines using a Wacom Pro Pen 2 with Wacom Cintiq Pro 13” or 16”, please update the tablet pen firmware to version 1.2.3.0 to address this issue. The update is now available via the Wacom Desktop Center application on your computer. - There is now also such a firmware update for MobileStudio Pro for this issue.

Bamboo ink pen

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Kilners
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Bamboo ink pen

Postby Kilners » Sat 22. Jul 2017, 06:51

Problem: Bamboo ink pen pressure sensitivity only works in windows ink. Third party programs don't work. (in Detail the programs attempted were gimp 2.0, fresh paint, and Autodesk Sketchbook.
Solutions Attempted: Installing the bamboo ink pen specific driver on Wacom's homepage
What went wrong: The driver refused to download stating that it could not find a supported device
Specifications:Using latest version of windows 10, On a Hp Specter x360 model: 13-ac023dx. The pen was connected via Bluetooth to the laptop.

wacom1
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Re: Bamboo ink pen

Postby wacom1 » Sun 23. Jul 2017, 05:56

Bamboo Ink is specificaly designed for Windows Ink and was tested with the tablets listed here: http://www.wacom.com/comp
It supports AES and MPP technology. If your HP device uses Microsoft MPP protocol, Bamboo Ink works only in apps supporting Windows Ink. If your tablet works with Wacom AES, installation of the driver can provide pressure in more apps (through the Wintab API)

Update: HP Spectre 360 is using the MPP protocol from Microsoft. (HP Spectre x2 uses the AES technology.)


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