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Thread: New Wacom Drivers out (win7, vista, XP 32bit/64bit)

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    New Wacom Drivers out (win7, vista, XP 32bit/64bit)

    New Driver 6.1.2-5 is out for PC's
    Not sure about Mac so if someone can update the thread for our Mac users that would be great.

    You can check what your current driver is by Clicking the About button on your Wacom Tablet properties available from your control panel

    NOTE:// Wacom tend to write dodgey installers for their fabulous drivers so it is a very good idea to uninstall the last one, Reboot to flush it from your system and then install the new driver

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    Thanks Juzzy - I'll have to check it out - though I'm scared to load it - everything seems to be working so well at the moment.
    Last edited by byroncallas; 12-05-2009 at 05:03 PM.
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    Hehee Byron

    This one may fix the PSP issues you've been having
    1. This driver fixes an issue with multiple graphics applications in earlier versions of 6.1.2. It is a highly recommended upgrade for everyone who downloaded earlier versions of 6.1.2.
    2. This driver includes full support for Windows 7.
    3. This driver adds a feature to backup and restore the tablet preferences.
    Fingers and toes crossed eh
    Last edited by Juz; 12-05-2009 at 05:05 PM.

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    Yes, good thought re: PSP which remains a mess. I'll go get 'em. Thanks loads.
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    Lemme know if it does, i'd like to see that ongoing headache solved for you

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    Will do. I've downloaded. I'm gonna trash the former, shutdown, install the new one and pray as soon as I hit the send button on this note.
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    Driver is working beautifully in AR3 Beta
    It actually solved an issue i had with the brush locking up when using large brush sizes of the watercolour (computation heavy) brushes and working too fast with them
    Last edited by Juz; 12-06-2009 at 05:00 AM.

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    Cool thanks Juz
    Vista Business SP2 - 32 bit
    Hardrives - 320Gb main
    MB - Intel Core 2 CPU@2.4Ghz

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    - 2 Gb
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    Cuda

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    OK, new driver installed. Seems a VAST improvement.
    1) it's now working with the PSP tools that before weren't recognized (yay)
    2) pressure sensitivity seems much more, well, "sensitive". I've greater control over tools when varying pressure.
    3) the mouse before was "sticky" and now is very smooth.
    4) it just feels better.

    Thanks Juzzy - there are definite improvements. This was worth the hour. Good find, hats off to you for staying on top of this and letting us know.
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    HUZZAH
    Thats solved an extremely long lasting problem with regard to PSP i'm so glad. \
    Thanks for keeping me posted

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