Tablet Pressure Curve Tool

ENG > This application is designed to improve experience with Wacom tablets. Sometimes you have to press your pen with unnecessary force to get maximum opacity. With driver configuration is possible to change the pen response, but maximum force required for pressing the pen is still the same. This application helps you to modify all three control points of tablet sensitivity curve. Good settings can reduce the force required on the pen and still preserve linear sensitivity so you can hold your pen lighter, protect your pen tip, tablet surface and of course your hand…

CZ > Program pro jednoduchou konfiguraci tabletu Wacom. Rozšiřuje základní nastavení citlivosti hrotu o podrobnější práci s křivkou která převádí tlak registrovaný perem na hodnotu použitou v programu. Cílem programu je umožnit nastavení lineárního průběhu překladu hodnot při menším tlaku na pero samotné.

Some program actions requiring  elevated rights to run correctly.
(It is impossible to restart tablet service without elevated rights)

Tool is not designed for 64-bit systems, but it includes some basic support so it might work…


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Download:
(for Windows XP/Vista/7 and Wacom tablets)

Version 1.6 – Development version:
(Enhanced UI, Pen Editor, Multiple Pen support, Wacom ISD support, Experimental Nov 2012+ drivers support)

Tablet Pressure Curve Tool 1.6.9.5 || ReadMe (29/08/2013)

Tablet Pressure Curve Tool 1.6.9.0 (25/05/2013)
Tablet Pressure Curve Tool 1.6.8.0 (25/02/2013)
Tablet Pressure Curve Tool 1.6.7.0 (24/02/2013)

Changelog, Previous releases & Known Bugs

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  1. Hello!

    Does anyone know what the parameter PRESSURE SAFTEY MARGIN stands for?

    I’m trying to figure out why my surface pro sets that value to 0 and my cintiq sets it to 2.

    What are its practical implications?

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