Wacom on-screen controls can be easily customized with any keyboard shortcut.
- [Mark] Those on-screen controls are great…but let's see how to make a few changes in one.…(dramatic music)…So editing your on-screen controls is very simple.…First thing you do is open up…your Wacom Tablet Properties window,…and then select any of your existing on-screen controls.…So let's take a look at Brush Tools.…Well there's four buttons on here that are disabled.…So let's go ahead and enable them,…and I can actually add any type of keyboard shortcut,…navigation, opening up other applications,…even other on-screen controls,…any number of things I can add to this.…
So let's just add a couple things real quick,…show you how simple it is.…So let's add a key stroke,…and I always need…Save.…That's very simple.…So it's Control-S or Command-S,…if you're on a Mac.…We'll label that.…So notice instead of Disabled, it now says Save.…Let's add something different on the next one.…So let's go down to Navigation,…and let's do Show Desktop.…Okay. Very simple.…
Let's go down to yet another one,…and let's add another.…Let's add Radial Menu to this one.…
- The benefits of ExpressKeys
- ExpressKeys defaults
- Customizing ExpressKeys
- Using shortcuts for ExpressKeys in different software programs
Skill Level Intermediate
Illustrator: Using Wacom Tabletswith Kevin Stohlmeyer48m 28s Beginner
Using Wacom Tablets with Photoshopwith Kevin Stohlmeyer47m 39s Intermediate
1. ExpressKey Benefits
2. ExpressKey Defaults
3. Customizing Wacom ExpressKeys
4. ExpressKey Shortcuts for Specific Software
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