Customer complains that he cannot delete the automatically populated app specific settings (e.g. Photoshop) on OS X.
I don't need custom Wacom settings for different settings. But the driver adds applications like Photoshop and Illustrator without my intent to the apps list of the Wacom Tablett driver. I can delete these, but as soon as I open an application the driver adds the app to the list again with standart settings. I don't want this, I don't need this.
This behavior is intentional, it "works as designed".
Wacom has build a large library of App specific settings that are automatically added when a program is opened and supported.
The workaround requires that the customer manually create the app-specific settings instead of letting the Control Panel do it automatically.
Here’s the steps you can use to do this:
- Open the Control Panel.
- Ensure that all of the applications of interest are displayed in the “Application:” row in the Control Panel.
- Start each of those applications so they are running on the system.
- Manually delete each application by pressing the small “-“ button on the right end of the Application row.
- Now manually add each application back by pressing the small “+” button on the right end of the Application row.
- When an application is manually added its app-specific settings become an exact copy of “All Other”.
- After manually adding all applications they will all be defined to have the same settings.
- The Control Panel will not over-write the existing settings, which are now all the same.
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