TX2500 + Windows 7 + Photoshop

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  1. W-Soap

    W-Soap Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Hey. l'm having no problems With the tablet-screen in windows 7 in normal use
    However, In Photoshop the Curser is always half a screen from where my pen is, this really has me scratching my head.

    Has anyone had a similar problem and solved it? Thanks in advance.
     
  2. fysloc

    fysloc Pen Pal - Newbie

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    the half screen away is just a random error, reboot and it should be gone

    as for photoshop issues that may pop up like mine did, the mouse gets all jittery and i fixed it by installing drivers from the tx2510us page (not my own tx2604ca page cause for some odd reason, it wasnt there and i cursed HP for wasting 2 days of my life) and then installing additional wacom drivers from the wacom website itself. All fixed
     
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    does windows 7 64 + photoshop have lag?

    i have vista home premium 32 and it has an annoying lag, would the upgrade solve this?

    i do have tx2550, 4gb ram, 2,1GHz
     
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    while there is lag, its not huge lag, its just the processor being slow and photoshop should only be used under maximum performance power plan
     
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    If you do quick sketching, especially shading with short, quick strokes in only one direction you'll notice a lag, the tablet sometimes doesn't register the stroke so you'll end up with blank lines along the path. This doesn't happen when you make one long zig-zag stroke. I don't know why is this happening, I've installed the latest drivers from wacom, done the registry hack (without which photoshop didn't have pressure sensitivity) and played around with the program's preferences.
     
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