How to Use the Wacom Property Pane with Wacom Tablets


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Using the Wacom property pane

Not only can you customize your Wacom Tablet experience, you can customize it on a per application basis. The settings you use in Photoshop, for example, will be different from those in Painter or a 3-D app. I am going to be demonstrating this on a Mac. This process is going to be a bit different on Windows. If you are using Windows, click on the Windows Start button and choose All Programs, then choose Wacom Tablet, and choose the Wacom Tablet Properties Option. On a Mac, you'll find the Wacom Tablet controls in the System Preferences panel.

So, let's go down to our System Preference panel and drop down to Wacom Tablet. Now that we have this open, let's just take a look at the top here. We have the Tablet row, which if you had multiple tablets would show up; we have the Tool row, and as you add tools they will be added to this; and we have the Application row; this is where, if you want to work specifically with an application and could customize settings, you are going to ne...

Using the Wacom property pane
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Using the Wacom property pane provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by John Derry as part of the Wacom Essential Training

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