My new video tutorial series has been released by VTC today here:
The first 18 videos are free to watch. The total series is 8 hours long and covers the entire brush engine in-depth. I worked very hard to make sure users of all levels will find something useful to their particular workflow in this series.
Huh...I would have never figured that one out.Thanks!
Since I'm outside the US I will have to find something for the local electrical system.It came to my mind that I have a UPS battery for my workstation somewhere in home.Will that work?
It may, many of the better quality batery backups also contain voltage regulation capabilities.
Following up on your suggestion.
I looked at it and althought it's not a high quality one he did had an automatic voltage regulator.Connecting it before my PC it did result in the brush acting more normaly.Atleast in the watercolor dab profile.But the main issue still remains.I get this acordeon like edge where it should be smooth.I've marked the preshure settings on my tablet.I've even tried with the eracer.
I'll post the same issue in wacom's forum.But my experience with wacom's service is that they claim "it's never the hardware's problem".
There was 2 parts to my answer, the important part for your issue was the one of grounding... this is still the issue you see.
The voltage regulator was secondary to that issue. The idea being obviously you have issues with your electric lines, so safegaurding your equipment is a good idea (but this was in addition to the need to properly ground the power supply going into your wacom).
FWIW, the user you really want to talk to about this is elsevilla -- he was the one who reported the solution, since I have never experienced it myself.
I spoke with elsevilla and fixed the issue.I can finaly enjoy the scratchboard tool. :)
Thanks Jason and elsevilla!