I wonder if anyone else has problems expanding and contracting tools when using a drawing tablet. I use a WacomOne on mac OS and clicking in the title bar of a tool fails to toggle the contents of the tool. I’m pretty sure that it use to work. If I use the computers trackpad to enter the mouse click all works as expected.
I’m running under Mac OS 11.6 Big Sur on a late 2013 MacBookPro.
I see that Joanna reported a similar issue back in 2017 when using a magic mouse.
Don’t know for Mac – on Windows it works
- to collapse,
- to choose from the menu
- and as long the sliders are long enough to execute a double click.
Yes it works - many thanks. Its odd though just adding DxO Photolab enables double clicking but only for the present computer on time meaning that it does not work following a reboot. I replicated your settings and it works and is still working following a reboot. I have copied your use of the “double click” but I think it should only be a “single click” but single clicks do not work. The stylus also works if I change its mode to “mouse” but unfortunately it renders the tablet unusable.
Simon, working with the mouse I always use the double click to reset to “0” as well to compare with the chosen setting instantly (click – double click – click). Doing so with the pen’s tip is soso.
What I’m missing is the ability to register the pen’s pressure. But then painting with the brush, PL4 always shows the mask, while hiding the result (calculating in the background).
- And I would like an option to see the result without that mask.
Even more I miss an option to draw straight lines with brush & eraser
(start with click – hold down a key [ALT, Crtl or Shift] – click again the target point),
which is realized in PS since ages.
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@Wolfgang I dedicated the rear part of the pen’s switch as double click. “Soso” is a nice way to put the difficulty of double tap the pen’s tip.
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