I closed photoshop and repoened it using the pen, and it worked for me, so I thought I would share that. Any help would be greatly appreciated, as I’m on a time crunch for a client. In my opinion, Adobe should reach out to Wacom and vis versa to mitigate these compatibility issues which many are having. For a while after my fresh intallation of Adobe CS6, pen pressure, tilt, and all of those other wonderful brush effects were working just fine in Photoshop with the latest Wacom driver from March 18, I tried reinstalling the driver and it seemed to work until I restarted and then I was back at square one. Pressure is gone in photoshop.

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But shoot, if its some sorta company network issue I am not going to have the slightest clue on how to troubleshoot that. I solved this problem adding the application wacom intuos cth480 wacom control panel. Could be a bad connection in the wacom intuos cth480, a bad pen, or problems in the driver software.

I had a very similar issue and I eventually got mine to work. I was about intuoss try everything.

Its “Use Windows Ink” that’s causing this. I wish I’d known this before I’d updated my product. This didn’t work at first, but Dth480 tried a couple of times and tried all kinds of different things wacom intuos cth480 unfortunately I can’t remember what and eventually, miraculously it ended up working at last!

Any help would be greatly appreciated, as I’m on a time crunch for a client. Roughly, it said to uninstall my wacom driver, wacom intuos cth480 the tablet, reboot, install driver, plug cty480 the tablet and reset my preferences in photoshop.


Sorry if this isn’t much help Let me know if this worked for you. Thanks Chris, I just did that, send them a message, hope to hear from them soon I did as well, but they said I need to contact to Adobe support wacom intuos cth480 my driver is up-to-date. Not completely scientific but I got it to work.

This is extremely annoying. I followed other posts on these forums about checking that pressure sensitivity was enabled in brush preferences, reinstalled the wacom intuos cth480 drivers from wacom from Aprilrebooted both the system and Ai, checked the Human Interface devices under device manager, but nothing helped. This doesn’t work for me, and I don’t know what to do. I hope this solves your problem like it did mine. So, I decided to take a break from my work, and let it update. I’d have stuck ccth480 CS3 and my old machine.


You obviously didn’t read my post thoroughly. It did before the wacom intuos cth480 last night.

I’ve used Adobe suite for more than just PS, though. Go to wacom intuos cth480 post. CS6, my tablet, and my wacom intuos cth480 were working just fine together until the update happened. I wonder if Wacom issues would best be aired on the Wacom forums ccth480 more people with cth408 issues are likely to be found. And it’s been ok since, not too sure how though You’re talking about driver or hardware problems.

Wacom intuos cth480 did read intyos post and found nothing that contradicts my statements. I tried various versions of drivers and nothing worked. Pressure is gone in photoshop.

Just had this problem pop up – make sure windows ink is checked in the Wacom settings. To be fair, the CC installed at my house has not been causing me the same problems as the one at my work.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!


How do you wacom intuos cth480 that? I had uninstalled my drivers etc like others had suggested. Wacom intuos cth480 Photoshop, with a new document open, and the brush tool selected, press the F5 key this will open your brush pallet window. I was having this problem for a while, but then I read through this: What ag10g said on Jun 11, worked perfectly for me.

The intuoos was working in Corel Painter 12, but not in Photoshop Elements 9.

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That’s either a big mistake on the part wacom intuos cth480 the coders who developed the updates intjos intended product conflict. Same strange issue ever since CS Once the installation is complete, and the system is stable, connect the tablet As always, make sure your tablet is connected directly to your computer.

After restarting, download and install only the latest driver from: Pen pressure not working. I have no idea wacom intuos cth480, but the pressure sensitivity of my tablet won’t work anymore.