When you tried turning off windows ink, did you try creating and adding the PSUserConfig.txt as per the details in this page (under "For other tablets") ? :
It says Windows 8 and Photoshop cc2015 but is still worth trying with Windows 10 and Photoshop CC2017
Hey Dave, thanks for replying.
I did yes, didn't help unfortunately.
WinTab definitely tends to give better results than Windows Ink with Windows 8.1 and 10, but if you use your Cintiq to draw, then Lazy Nezumi Pro is a total no brainer. In fact I have just amazed myself after trying to make the swirl below with and without LNP turned on, and discovering how shite I was without LNP
I downloaded Lazy Nezumi Pro about a week ago with no results - the problem keeps showing up unfortunately. Thank you for your input though! Appreciate you taking the time to help.
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Alright, so apparently I was using Lazy Nezumi Pro incorrectly to solve my problem. To fix the wobbly lines:
(Open Lazy Nezumi Pro --> Settings --> Edit Photoshop Settings --> Fix jitter bug)
Thank you Trevor.
This did the trick for me!!!
Oh my gosh, thank you all!!!! I have been wrestling with this problem off and on for MONTHS, and had tried everything I could find on the internet. I have used Lazy Nezumi for quite a while, but I had never seen that particular checkbox. I clicked it, and VOILA!!! No more wobbly lines!!! I'm so happy!
Thank you thank you thank you!!!!!