@GlaucousLace Hi. Sorry to see you’re having issues and thank you for being so thorough with your report, it helps a lot.
It is quite odd indeed that this is happening since wacom tablets are about the most compatible input devices with Pencil2D, but there’s always a first time I suppose.
Anyway, can you please answer a few more questions to help developers review this faster?
- Which version of Pencil2D are you currently using? To find out go to HELP > ABOUT menu.
- You mentioned you’re using a mac but which version? To find out follow this guide https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201260
- If possible can you let us know what is the wacom tablet product number (e.g PTH-450) which you can find on the back of the tablet itself or in the box
- And what is the driver version you downloaded? e.g 6.3.19-3
If you updated the drivers to the latest web version for your tablet, you’re certainly a step ahead, however I have to ask that you try to use other drawing software to report if it’s a global issue with the tablet or if it’s specific to Pencil2D under macOS environments?
You can try the following free drawing apps to see how the tablet behaves:
If any of those work properly, then we’ll take a deeper look into this issue. For now i’ll tag one of the mac developers so they can guide you further once you’ve provided the info I mentioned, but just in case you require to work and you can’t wait for Pencil2D to get fixed while you’re being provided with customer support, please take a look at our curated list to find another animation software that can help you meanwhile:
Hopefully this can be solved soon for you.