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Old 13-08-2006, 06:57 PM   #1
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Sory for this, photoshop question, I was wondering if anyone knows how to change my Tablet settings to the Opacity setting fomr my brushes, I.E, the opacity of the brush set to the pressure sensativity of my pad..

Is it a photoshop setting or is it in my tablet its self somewhere?.
I have a HAnvon Tablet, if that helps

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as far as i remeber, for a wacom that is, that is done in the tablet propertes?

i just looked and there is a number of differant things i can change, right click, left click, modifier?? but no opacity so i guess it would be done in photoshop, (anything can be done in photoshop, its as big as maya) you would have to look at the help menu i think, looks like no-one knows for sure.

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Old 10-09-2006, 05:11 PM   #3
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Hey,
I apreciate the reply..
Jay answered the question for me a few weeks back in msn...
I compleatly forgot i made this post to let anyone know i had the answer..
Sorry..
Again thanks for your reply
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cool, there aren't too many (all things considered) that know as much as Jay in the world of photoshop and 3D.

whats the answer, if its too long winded don't worry, i can look at the help files.

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