On 03/11/2017 04:43 AM, satrio_jati wrote: >> Woot! It worked!! So, known issue with most recent form of Gimp- got >> it. Issue resolved! Thank you!!! > > You're welcome. Please note that "known issue" doesn't mean that anything will magically change in a next release. Besides, it's only known
On 25/06/15 05:19, vizzex wrote: I cannot figure out why my tablet is lagging so bad. It makes it impossible to do even the most basic actions like drawing a line. This is only happening in gimp 2.8. I have to use 2.6 in order for it to work properly. How can I get this to stop lagging in 2.8?
Am 24.11.2012 21:47, schrieb Lagracour Vanee: Hello, I am a new GIMP user, and I am having problems using my tablet with GIMP. I have a WACOM Bamboo Splash tablet and it won't work with GIMP (version 2.6.11). I've tried to use the Input Devices in Preferences, but when I click 'Configure
In my experience (GIMMP 2.4 thru 2.6, Windows XP, Wacom Intuos 3) sometimes GIMP has trouble detecting the tablet during its startup routines. If this happens then you can still use the tablet to interact with interface elements (toolbars, menus, etc.) but when attempting to draw with it it
On Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 2:00 PM, Erica Benet anime_fan1...@yahoo.com wrote: I downloaded Gimp and have a tablet plugged it, but anytime I try to make say a line using the tablet, nothing appears. The tablet is on and working. The only way now I can make a line is by using the mouse. Please
have you got the driver installed for the tablet? What OS are you using (Windows XP/vista/7, linux (ubuntu))? --- tom_a_sparks It's a nerdy thing I like to do Please use ISO approved file formats excluding Office Open XML - http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/no-word-attachments.html Ubuntu wiki