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I have an issue that only started today that is similar, although with different hardware. Since reinstalling drivers for a Parblo drawing monitor, the buttons that were mapped on the Wacom tablet's pen are not registering properly in Substance Painter any more.

I submitted a bug report with the following details:

I've been working with a Wacom Intuos Pro tablet for the past few years, and the pen's shortcuts used to work fine with Substance Painter. I have the pen tip mapped as the left mouse button, one button on the side as middle mouse buttons, and the other button on the side as right mouse button.

I also have a "Parblo Coast22 21.5 Inch Digital Graphics Tablet Pen Display Drawing Monitor" plugged in that I rarely use. A couple of days ago in order to try and use the Parblo drawing monitor in 3D-Coat, I reinstalled its drivers. That monitor also has a pen, but I am only able to map one button on the side instead of the two that are available on the Wacom. So I mapped it to right mouse button.

In Substance Painter the Parblo monitor does not work well to paint, left clicking in the interface works, as well as right clicking, but when I try to paint it only leaves a small trails of dots. So I don't use that monitor in Painter.

I think having installed those drivers did something with Painter's interraction with the Wacom tablet. The wacom tablet still behaves as it used to in other software, but in Painter the button mapped to the right mouse button does not work any more. I'm not sure what it's trying to do when I press it. It seems to be like a left mouse button click only with an additional small thinking wheel icon on the pointer.

If anyone has any suggestions I'm open to them, otherwise I'm going to try and remove the Parblo drivers, which would be annoying but necessary.

I'm painting a large scene right now with quite a few elements, I already have 2 separate materials to separate the UVs sets, and would love to have an option to hide some meshed that are hiding other! So +1 from me to that request.

Hey guys !
NVIDIA came back to us and they said the GeForce driver will be available September 21. I don't have the driver number however as it's too soon to tell.

Great, thanks for the update!

I've been experiencing constant crashes also, using Windows 10, with the Error message "Display driver NVIDIA Windows Kernel Mode Driver, Version 355.82 stopped responding and has successfully recovered."
I have submitted a detailed bug report via the "Report a Bug" sidebar here in the forum, I hope it will be useful. Working like this is painfully frustrating.

Substance PainterSubstance Painter - Showcase - Re: Alchemist Backpack
 on: July 02, 2014, 07:29:47 pm 
It's beautiful! It is indeed really great to see some quality art done in Substance Painter with a nice colorful hand painted look.

I would also really like to have the possibility to rotate the brush on the fly, and have some visual feedback of that rotation; a specific key, a mouse scroll, pen orientation (like in photoshop), anything would be useful.

Substance DesignerSubstance Designer - Showcase - From Metal
 on: June 24, 2014, 04:37:27 am 

I've been using Substance Designer at work for a couple of weeks now, and wanted to use it for a personal project. I am loving physically based materials, and wanted to make something metallic, but also fleshy and fresh, so here it is viewed with Marmoset Toolbag:

Here are the maps:

And the graph:

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