NEW tablet drivers 6.3.20-7 for Windows and 6.3.20-11 for OSX released, see a short list. For full release notes uses the link below the driver on the download page.

for Windows: Fixed several problems after waking from sleep Issue with simultanious pen and touch. Resolve problem with touch issúe on Win8 and various other bugs. Added option to adjuste LED brightness on Intuos Pro.

NOTE: A Windows Security dialog is displayed when installing the Universal Serial Bus driver which is a part of the Wacom driver installation package. Please select the 'Install' button on the Windows Security dialog to complete the driver installation.

for OSX: Resolved several problems after wakeup from sleep, some issue with touch offset, Express key problem in Illustrator. Three finger drag not working

NOTE: When you are using a pen with Mac OS X 10.12, your lines might be wavy. What we are doing about it: Wacom Engineers are currently working with Apple to resolve this issue.

Inkspace Output Reolution?

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Inkspace Output Reolution?

Postby NigeCrooks » Wed 15. Feb 2017, 23:02

Hi all,

I'm trying to import some text from my Bamboo Slate in Photoshop so I can recolour the background. However it's only coming in at 78dpi so the text retains some white around it and looks rubbish.

Is it possible to increase the output dpi to avoid this problem? Or is there another way?

Any help greatly appreciated :)

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Re: Inkspace Output Reolution?

Postby wacom1 » Fri 17. Feb 2017, 07:47

Bamboo Slate is recording data in WILL (vector format). When you convert vector data it can basically have any resolution. If you convert to a bitmap format (JPG, PNG, PSD), I think the software converts to the paper size of your device (A5/A4). - I Photoshop you can change image size of imported pictures and (menu -> image size, resample DPI). - If not happy with result, export to SVG (vector format) and import that into Photoshop, that allows to rasterize the image to the desired file size and DPI for printing.

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