How To Install Wacom Intuos Pro Texture Sheets On Your Tablet

By |2017-04-19T03:44:36+00:00Apr 20th, 2017|

I’ve been meaning to share this video for a while now. Better late than never, right? Along with the release of Wacom’s next generation Intuos Pro tablet, you have the option of choosing the surface feel with replaceable texture sheets. The tablets ship with the Standard sheet but you can replace it with Smooth or Rough, depending on your preference. I prefer the extra grip that the Rough texture sheet provides, so I put together this video walking you through the process.

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  1. Mary Hulett July 6, 2017 at 11:28 am - Reply

    I would love for you to record a video on how to use the Wacom Intuos pro tablet. I bought the medium but I am having trouble using it to move the sliders in Lightroom. I have to slide a couple times to get the sliders to move. Other features in LR are difficult to use with the Wacom. Could you consider making a video on that? I would greatly appreciate it. I watched the Kelby One video about the Wacom but it didn’t help when using LR. Thanks.

  2. Martin July 11, 2017 at 10:30 am - Reply

    There are a quite a lot of threads on the Adobe forum about the problem of sticky sliders in LR when using a Wacom tablet. Version 5.7 was fine, the problems started with version 6 but Adobe just blame it on Wacom drivers.

    Still hoping for a fix.

  3. maninthesky July 18, 2017 at 6:15 am - Reply

    What if I need to change texture sheets on a regular basis? Because they got an adhesive (is that the correct word?) backside it will wear out, won’t it? And then what happens? I’m kinda worried that the sheets will be unusable after a while.

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