I uninstalled the last Adobe Flash Player update, that worked for me on the Gaomon PD1560 Tablet.
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It sounds like you have the same issue being experienced by Wacom users.
The latest windows update (KB4093112) has caused an issue with the Wacom tablet and Photoshop.
You can either - undo the update
Do the following (recommended) :
1. Use notepad to create a text file and type in :
2. Save the file as PSUserConfig.txt in the following location
C: > Users > Username > AppData > Roaming > Adobe > Adobe Photoshop CC 2018 > Adobe Photoshop CC 2018 Settings
3. Go to the tablet properties and uncheck "Use Windows Ink"
4. Restart Photoshop
That is it - all should now work well (you need to do all the above steps to retain pen pressure)
Note : There is a third option. Microsoft made this change intentionally and they have issued a way round it with registry change (see link below). However for Photoshop the PSUserConfig method works.
Note 2 : If you have another version of Photoshop installed e.g. CC2017 then you will need to add the file to the CC2017 folders
Hello I am having difficulty doing the method you recommend. I am having trouble saving the text file.
I get a message that says I do not have permission to access and save in the files.
I’m not very good with computer files.
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