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Pen Pressure on Surface Pro 2

Aug 21, 2014, 08:22
Post: #1
Pen Pressure on Surface Pro 2
Hi,

on the SP2 the pen is not showing up in the Gimp2.8.10 input device list.
In Windows 8.1 it is shown as HID Input and works just fine with other programs.

The pen itself can be used to draw in Gimp2.8.10 , but any option like pressure occupacity is not working, because i can only select the "core pointer".

Any solutions?

Best regards and thanks,

Frefdsertwui
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Aug 21, 2014, 10:34
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RE: Pen Pressure on Surface Pro 2
Ok, solved this by almost going rage mode.

1) Download Wacom Feel-It Driver.
2)Install it.
3) C:/Programs/Tablet/ISD --> start ISD_controlpanel.exe
4) configure your pen.

Maybe 5) After installing it is possible that the Volume-Control buttons will start opening the text2speech program. If this s***** happens, just type in the searchbar (win8.1) "troubleshooting" and press the "solve" button.
It will recognize the problem and set the buttons back to default.

6) In Gimp the WacomPen will be shown now under Input devices. Activate them (Pen and Eraser)
7)start drawing :-)
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