I got Photoshop CS6 Extended recently, but the lines I draw in it aren't smooth, like they should be (example below).
The tablet produces perfect lines in any other bit of software (Flash, ToonBoom, etc.), but not Photoshop. I've tried lots of different solutions (uninstalling and reinstalling it, reverting back to an earlier driver, clearing preferences, etc.), to no avail. Oddly, my Intuos3 works fine in Photoshop, for a few minutes, before it crashes. If I try to adjust the Wacom Tablet Properties for CS6, it doesn't recognize any changes, but if I adjust the settings for Photoshop CS4, it does. All Wacom Drivers are up-to-date.
Any ideas on how to fix this would be most appreciated.
I've tried that. I've made sure Size, Flow, and Opacity Jitter was off, Transfer was off, and I tried them all with Smoothing off, then again with smoothing on, and all other possible permutations. No luck. I may have to cancel my subscription if this can't be solved.
Tried clearing preferences. Still no results.
I've also found out that my tablet no longer produces proper lines in Photoshop CS4, which implies it could be a problem with the tablet, but as mentioned, it works fine in any non-Photoshop software, so perhaps not.
I've tried all of the above and had no results. I have the exact same issue as you, specially when working with a big brush. Even in the tablet settings panel I can see the sensitivity display go nuts after a certain threshold over 30% of pressure. I tend to use the hardest possible. At this point I think it's probably a hardware problem with the pen or tablet surface but still, I had an intuos 3 for many years without any trouble and the intuos 5 is giving me problems now . Also I replied to you becouse this was kind of the only part of the internet where I could find the exact same issue with a screencap of it. thank's in advance to anyone that have a workaround or news about this!!!