Connect my tablet is doing exactly that: It connects your previous generation tablet from Wacom (TM) to your Mac and restores at least its critical functionality to be creative with Photoshop (TM) and other programmes in High Sierra and now Mojave (many tablets already tested). For some models the Wacom preference pane will be working again.
Connect my tablet was originally written for Graphire 2, Intuos2 and Intuos tablets, allowing to change settings without a preference pane (not supported with High Sierra/Mojave any longer). But it proved itself useful to connect later tablets too - now unsupported - like some Bamboo, Cintiq and Intuos tablets.
Current tablet types brought back to life for our clients: see the Promotional Text for updates
If your familiar and wonderful Wacom tablet is not working any longer with HighSierra or Mojave and Wacom has not yet released a new driver, then contact us and test your tablet for free (only the first one for each type will be tested for free; we then update the list of tested tablets in the Promotional Text Section): firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or maybe we have tested it already, then just download Connect my tablet and follow the instructions.
Current capabilities for those tablets that not only need reconnection (and the preference pane works again) but also require settings to change through Connect my tablet:
• Tablet/ Stylus behaviour restored
• One group of settings for all applications that recognise tablets (not one each)
• Pen Pressure Sensitivity selectable
• Pen Buttons programmable (keystrokes, modifiers, clicks)
• Eraser programmable
• Double click assistance can be switched off/on
• Definition of tablet area
We may add further settings for change if required and feasible. Again, just contact us at: email@example.com
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