I've got another question on the wacom intuos.
After my previous post (many thanks to all who replied),
I've decided to bite the bullet, but I'm worried about
its compatibility with Photoshop (i've got 5.0 on windows).
The tablets seem to have all manner of funky menu things
which perform little tasks for me. Can I set up photoshop to
do these tasks?
Also, there is something called a quick-touch area or something
built onto the bigger tablets. What does this do, and does it do
it in photoshop?
The actual styluses seem to be able to tell the program many different
things, like tip pressure etc. Also, that 4D mouse thing has like 5 buttons
and makes the toast and stuff. Does photoshop understand all of this
extra functionality, or is it only the bundled programs in the kit which
Thanks for your help, I promise I'll keep quiet now!
Oh yeah, does the USB version need its own power supply??