So before I used a wacom creative stylus 1 with adobe ideas. And although the big nib was a problem. the app and stylus at least worked using pressure sensitivity. So now adobe draw replaces Ideas and I try that and think about purchasing the newer wacom stylus but adobe says that they partnered with Adonit in making these stylus. So I buy the adonit . Pair it up with Draw and line etc and have found no pressure sensitivity at all? Why is this as the pen is fantastic with Procreate and concepts yet Adobes packages it's just a dumb stylus. But advertised on both adobe and adonit as having sensitivity with Adobe draw. I'm pretty sure the update is not in sync with the marketing.
Draw is designed to support the Adonit family of pressure-sensitive styluses. Are you confident that the pen was paired correctly? If you look at the top-left corner of the sketching view, do you see a filled pencil icon or a hollow pencil icon? If you tap that icon, does the resulting popup state that the pen is connected?
FYI, Wacom support is planned for a future release.
Thanks for the reply
I Definitely had it paired correctly as that was a nice and well conceived process.
now I have found it works? Both the brush and pencil tool work with pressure sensitivity fine. I was trying to put together a screen shot of the issues and messing with stroke width and suddenly boom it's behaving sweet. Now I got a stylus and an app that's perfect.