No, that just made things worse. I'm not sure why you expected an N-Trig driver to help my Wacom pen pressure on a Cintiq start working with Flash, but installing that driver not only caused it to stop working in Flash, but now pen pressure isn't being recognized in Photoshop either.
EDIT: Granted, I assumed "Hi Cameron" was a typo of some sort. Maybe you were talking to someone else even though I can't see any other posts in this thread. Is there no solution for the issue I'm seeing?
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Could you try uninstall/install Wacom drivers and restarting your machine ,sometimes drivers get corrupted .if drivers are in corrupted state we could see these kind of issues.