Many applications have built-in support for pressure sensitivity that require you to turn on pressure capabilities within the application before the pen will respond as a pressure-sensitive tool.
A loss of pressure sensitivity could also be caused by interference from another device near the tablet, or by the use of a specific software or plugin.
Incorrect driver settings and pen defects can also cause you to lose pressure sensitivity. The following articles will help you determine if any of the above issues are causing your pressure sensitivity problem.
- Ensure that the Wacom Driver is working as expected: Pen input or touch input does not work as expected
- Ensure that the pen pressure is received from the driver: How can I diagnose an issue with my Wacom Pen device?
- On Windows: Does your software use Windows Ink? Then please go to the driver and switch on Windows Ink: How to adjust Windows Ink settings on your computer.
- Find more detailed articles for specific software here: