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varxtis
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HP Create Control Panel and stylus press-and-hold right-click not working in Photoshop

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ZBook X2 G4
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I've had a ZBook X2 G4 since it's release around 2 years ago. The HP Create Control panel has been an invaluable tool, allowing me to set shortcuts per program. Ive using this in conjunction with Adobe programs, and it's bee wonderful. However, I just notice that the shortcut profile I create for Photoshop is completely unresponsive and switches to the default system profile. The profiles (to the best of my knowledge) still work. I have a profile set for MCP_HC, and it works fine. I deleted the profile I had for Photoshop and recreated it, restarted pc, the usual power-cycle troubleshooting. Im apprehensive about uninstalling HP Create Control Panel as it seems heavily tied in with other Wacom services that are part of the system.

 

Another issue that started at the same time is that Adobe programs no longer associate pressing and holding the stylus end/nib as right-click. In other words, when you press your and hold the stylus end/tip/nib(?), the system is suppose to react as though you right-clicked on the mouse. The rest of the system works appropriately, but not Adobe applications.

Does anyone know anything about this issue? Any help would be deeply appreciate!!

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varxtis
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Going to "HP Create Control Panel Preferences" and choosing "remove" under All User Preferences reset everything. I went back through HP Create Control Panel and reassigned the quick-keys for the Photoshop profile and now it works great. I forgot "preferences" was a separate program. And. . . . . now I have to reassign all my settings. But hey, it works now.

 

EDIT: So, this did fix the issue of photoshop responding to the photoshop Quick-Keys profile set in HP Create Control panel, but Adobe programs still dont associate right-click by pressing and holding the end/nib to the tablet. All other windows react appropriately, bringing up the right-click menu(?).

So . . . Anyone else have any ideas?

 

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varxtis
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Going to "HP Create Control Panel Preferences" and choosing "remove" under All User Preferences reset everything. I went back through HP Create Control Panel and reassigned the quick-keys for the Photoshop profile and now it works great. I forgot "preferences" was a separate program. And. . . . . now I have to reassign all my settings. But hey, it works now.

 

EDIT: So, this did fix the issue of photoshop responding to the photoshop Quick-Keys profile set in HP Create Control panel, but Adobe programs still dont associate right-click by pressing and holding the end/nib to the tablet. All other windows react appropriately, bringing up the right-click menu(?).

So . . . Anyone else have any ideas?

 

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