I can’t get my pen pressure to work

Restart your PC and see if that fixes the issue.

However, if the problem persists after, try the following steps.

For Wacom Tablets

  1. Uninstall the tablet driver and delete any unnecessary files (For information on how to delete unnecessary files, contact the manufacturer).
  2. Download the latest driver for your PC and tablet OS from the manufacturer’s driver download page. Install the driver using the correct procedure.
  3. Restart your PC.

If the problem persists after you have tried the above steps, please let us know using the contact form, including the model number of your tablet, the version of the driver you have installed, and a description of the problem you are experiencing.

For non-Wacom Tablets

Check your tablet’s driver to ensure it doesn’t need to be updated. 

If the problem continues even after ensuring the driver is up to date, open the Brush Environment Settings window from the File menu in MediBang Paint. Then try the following steps to see if the problem is resolved.

  1. Change the items in the Brush Coordinate.
  2. Deselect the “Validate native OS pen pressure detection” checkbox in the Pen Pressure Detection.
  3. Check the “Ignore tablet event” box in the Pen Pressure Detection.
  4. Change the conditions in the check list of the Pen Pressure Detection to find the combination that works correctly.
  5. Check the “Check if there is a problem with HUION Tablet” box in the Pen Tablet if you have a Huion tablet.

Some tablets may work correctly if you check the “Validate native OS pen pressure detection” checkbox in the Pen Pressure Detection with the driver uninstalled.

Unfortunately, MediBang’s support team does not currently accept inquiry forms about issues with non-Wacom tablets. So please understand that if the problem persists after you’ve tried all of the above steps, we cannot offer any further guidance.