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I have a tablet, and i want to use it in paint.net, but there is no presure sensitivity. How can i turn this on? And yes, i have the latest version, 3.05 Lol, i'm even more ahead than your rules forum is! XD

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Pressure sensitivity is only available for use with Tablet PC's.

Wacom, however, has made its newest device drivers compatible with the Tablet PC functions of Windows Vista and it's tablets are capable of using the pressure sensitivity options.

 

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Pressure sensitivity is only available for use with Tablet PC's.

Wacom, however, has made its newest device drivers compatible with the Tablet PC functions of Windows Vista and it's tablets are capable of using the pressure sensitivity options.

Ok, I have a brand new Wacom Graphire4, i run on WindowsXP , and i have Paint.net v3.05 Will it work? What is window's vista?

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No, pressure sensitivity is not available with Paint.NET. But it will be someday (I hope).

Yes, it is available. But only in the Paintbrush tool, and only if your tablet is set up through the built-in Windows tablet interface. One person reported that their Wacom tablet works w/ pressure sensitivity in Windows Vista.

We are planning for a future version to extend the pressure sensitivity to all brush-like tools (eraser, clone stamp, etc.). Think v4.00+.

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No, pressure sensitivity is not available with Paint.NET. But it will be someday (I hope).

Yes, it is available. But only in the Paintbrush tool, and only if your tablet is set up through the built-in Windows tablet interface. One person reported that their Wacom tablet works w/ pressure sensitivity in Windows Vista.

We are planning for a future version to extend the pressure sensitivity to all brush-like tools (eraser, clone stamp, etc.). Think v4.00+.

Ok! But how can i get it to work? How do i get windows vista? Is that a different system? Or just a program?

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