#1. "RE: Wacom and NX: no pressure sensitivity" In response to Reply # 0
I don't have any real suggestions. Do you have other programs you can try that have pressure sensitive functions? Are you on Mac or Windows? Have you played with the settings in the Wacom driver? I can't remember if there is anything in Wacom's driver settings that shows the result of changing pressure on the pen. What I'm trying to say is that it would be good if you can determine if this is a problem with the pen/tablet or with NX2.
#3. "RE: Wacom and NX: no pressure sensitivity" In response to Reply # 2 Tue 19-Jan-10 01:34 PM by TiggerGTO
If you think it is an NX/NX2 specific problem, I would try looking at the Nikontech Support site. If you click the "Ask a Question" button, you will have to register to have a user ID. Maybe they can help, but given my experiences with Nikon's service for their software products, I would not hold my breath.
#6. "RE: Wacom and NX: no pressure sensitivity" In response to Reply # 5
I'm on Mac version 6.1.2-5.
If you're on windows, try reinstalling the version with which it did not work for you. I remember having strange problems with NX (e.g. displaced cursor) when using the tablet under windows, these went away after I reset the preferences (somewhere there's an option to do so). This may help in your case too.
#7. "RE: Wacom and NX: no pressure sensitivity" In response to Reply # 6
I was having pressure sensitivity problems with the new Wacom Fun where the pen was too twitchy and the pen strokes/brushes inconsistent. Wacom tech strongly recommended removing the driver completely, reinstalling the latest driver, repairing permissions (I'm on a Mac) and then restarting the computer. This seemed to clear up about 75% of the problem. I'm still having issues with the eraser not corresponding to the pen's stroke or brush size.