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UC Logic Tablet & Photoshop


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I've recently switched over to Mac for school. I have a UC-logic tablet that I used with my PC. The tablet seems to work fine without the native drivers, except for in Photoshop. All of the other programs I use it in, like Illustrator, works fine. When I use the brush tool it doesn't conform to the stroke I draw, it just draws a straight line. Does anyone know how to fix this problem? I've already tried downloading Tablet Magic for older waccom models, but that doesn't fix it either.
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