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Making tablet and mouse pointer act as separate mediums

Nov 11, 2013, 20:28 (This post was last modified: Nov 11, 2013 20:29 by Soulstaelker.)
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Making tablet and mouse pointer act as separate mediums
Hi fellas,

I don't know if the section I'm posting this question in is certainly correct but I just can't figure out one thing that "my" GIMP used to possess years ago, while I was using it for the first time. And which doesn't seem to occur anymore after some more releases.

Now, to the point:

I'm using a WACOM Bamboo tablet and -- I need to make my core pointer use decent brushing parameters than my tablet rubber and stylus. The effect I'm seeking is to enable using my mouse pointer as a rubber with increased brush size comparing to the thin brush I'm using while drawing with the tablet. The brush size seems to be the same regardless of which tool I'm using at a time, and it stinks, because if I could use them in a decent way, my work would be way enhanced. I just need to know how to make those two mediums behave adversely.

Every help I can get is mostly appreciated. Thank you cordially in advance.
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Nov 11, 2013, 22:13 (This post was last modified: Nov 11, 2013 22:13 by Soulstaelker.)
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@up

That did it! Mostly appreciated.
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