Does Sketchable utilize pressure sensitivity on WACOM devices?
Is there a setting I’m not seeing?
Yes, in the advanced brush settings there are pressure toggles for diameter, roundness, feather, tip opacity, flow, bleed, and resaturation. You can access these settings by bringing up the stroke preview, pressing the slider icon on its bottom right, then clicking the down arrow icon to the right of the desired setting. In the same location you can also toggle if the setting varies based on stylus speed (fast or slow).
If this does not work, it could be a problem in your system settings. Please let us know if that is the case.
Wacom Cintiq Companion 2 with the latest WACOM drivers installed
…Pressure sensitivity isn’t working, I do see the settings, thought I have no idea what “Stylus Pressure Strength” means…and messing with the settings doesn’t do much.
Should I reinstall it?
I’ve tried different drivers for the WACOM, no difference in Sketchable.
It’s only frustrationg because I paid for all the features and have yet been able to use any of them.
Sorry for the delayed response. I have tried to reproduce your exact use case and can’t get this result. Is pressure working with other applications or is this specific to Sketchable / modern apps?
For future googlers of the world, I had a similar issue to this person, and it turns out the solution for me was to enable Windows Ink. Here’s a screenshot with the checkbox highlighted. Now the pressure sensitivity feature works.
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