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help wacom nuts.

help wacom nuts.

help wacom nuts.

(OP)
my wacom is acting weirdly.
when I put my pen tool on the tablet the computer goes insane.  if I click on the zoom button the picture zooms in and out and I can't controll it.
if I'm using the pen tool then the pen will draw all over my art making picaso's paintings look realistic.
any ideas?

RE: help wacom nuts.

Does this inly happen in GIMP, or does it happen in other programs when you use the pen?

If just GIMP, have you tried to reinstall it?

If happening elsewhere, have you tried to reinstall the tablet drivers?

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RE: help wacom nuts.

(OP)
No it's not just in gimp. (I don't even know what that is.)
and I'll try using my tablet on another computer with a tablet driver that is working just fine and see if that helps.
thank you.

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