Recently got the Intuos Creative Pen Tablet from Wacom but the keystroke shortcuts I set up for the pen in Photoshop are not recognized in Photoshop. Instead, the pen acts with the properties found under the "All other applications" tab. Anyone know how to fix this?
It's a nightmare trying to keep up with all the name changes Wacom are giving their products. I don't even know what I own anymore. Only what I used to own befoer I apparently owned something else.
From what I can see on the Wacom site, this tablet doesn't have Express keys or wheel. So does it rely on keyboard shortcuts, or does it have a HUD you can pick things from? If thisa is a new installation, have you tried restarting the computer to make the new properties take? What version of Photoshop are you using? And does the tablet properties recognize that version of Photoshop? Did you add Photoshop to the properties? If so, could you be using say the 32bit version, having set the tablet properties to the 64bit version?
is the one I have.
I have the Wacom properties HUD where I can choose what each button on the pen and the tablet do.
I'm using CS5. The Wacom properties recognizes that Photoshop is an application where I can use the tablet but the actual settings I choose do not work in Photoshop.
I've tried deleting and re-adding both Photoshop and Photoshop 64-bit; it didn't work. The thing is, it doesn't even use the default settings. It just uses the properties under the "All other" tab.