Adobe Photoshop CS6 Support on Windows 10


#1

I’ve just received my morph, and was eager to try it on Photoshop.
I’m running a 64-bit Windows 10 machine.

At first I tried it on Photoshop CS6, and pressure and tilt was not working (there was a warning icon next to the mode menu). It seemed to work in Windows Sketch Up, so i knew it wasn’t a hardware.
Finally I downloaded a trial of Photoshop CC, and pressure and tilt worked out of the box.

So it looks like for some reason the morph drivers aren’t properly recognized by Photoshop CS6? Did a bit of research and it sounds like this could be because CS6 didn’t use Windows Ink, and I think sensel only supports Photoshop through Windows Ink.

Is there any plan to support CS6?


#2

Hello, thank you for contacting us and sorry for the delay. We have recreated the error, and we believe you are correct that earlier versions of Photoshop/Illustrator do not support USB Digitizers though Windows Ink. We are looking at possible solutions, including a driver. Thank you for your patience.


#3

That’s great, thanks for looking into this alex.


#4

Glad I’m not the only one with this issue and I hope a solution is provided soon enough.

I really wish I had known about the lack of cs6 support from the beginning. I don’t have CC so I haven’t even had a chance to use the morph in Photoshop with pressure sensitivity and tilt (which is kind of the main selling point)

Had I known about a lack of cs6 support, I could have put my time/money toward something I could have used right away. For now, my morph is just gathering dust since it’s not really an upgrade on my 10-year-old entry level bamboo tablet