I have just purchased Photoshop Touch (PST) for my Nexus 7 running Android 4.2.2
I think the concept is awesome for on the go creativity with my photography.
However I tried plugging in my Wacom Bamboo Fun Tablet and found that it worked sort of.
I could not access all of the screen with the stylus on the tablet. After so head scratching I figured out that the Wacom seemed to think it was in portrait mode while PST was in landscape mode and this was why I could not access the RIGHT side of the PST screen.
Is there some way I can tell the system/software what orientation to view the wacom?
I accept that the intention of PST is TOUCH and therefore designed to work with a stylus on screen but if it is possible it would be just nice.
I just found this on the Wacom site
It says that the Android driver in 4.x only works in landscape and it is supposed to be fixed in 5.x
Hmm...I have a Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi model running 4.1.2 and can't seem to get my Bamboo Splash to work on it via the official USB cable. There's power going to it, but no indication it works otherwise. (A mouse works fine though.)
Upon looking at my first post I made a typo in the edit. The Bamboo Tablet works in portrait mode NOT landscape as I typed by error. This the issue with PST, it only comes in landscape and does not auto rotate if you rotate the nexus 7.