If you have a Wacom tablet and you're using Photoshop, you might have run into issues and problems. In this troubleshooting video, we show you how to fix the most common issues with your Wacom tablet.

Issues

- Drawing left and right works, but up and down will move your canvas
- Pen pressure is messed up
- Windows ink creates lag
- Additional lag because of a click bug

Turning off windows Ink fixes most issues in Photoshop, but you lose pressure sensitivity.
Photoshop relies on Windows Ink for that 🙁

1.

Create new text document

2.

Write:

UseSystemStylus 0

3.

Save as:

PSUserConfig.txt

4.

Go to

C:\Users\YOUR-USER\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CC 20xx\Adobe Photoshop CC 20xx Settings

4.5

If you can't find the AppData folder, Enable hidden items in the explorer

5.

Still having issues, you can now disable windows ink
This is different for intuos and Cintiq
Intuos is under Mapping
Cintiq is under Calibrate

6.

Get rid of additional bloat: Go to Pen Settings for Windows and turn off anything with Windows Ink

Henning Sanden

Henning Sanden

Co-Founder of FlippedNormals.

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