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    Eraser Opacity Tablet Pressure

    Yes! Thank you!
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    Eraser Opacity Tablet Pressure

    That's the button I'm missing on the eraser tool in 3DCoat. Is that what the options for your eraser tool look like? I have got to be missing something simple. I also don't have an eraser nub on my stylus, so I'm using the pen tip for both erasing and painting. I switch between each by clicking the icon.
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    Eraser Opacity Tablet Pressure

    I haven't set up the tablet yet, but 3DCoat is the first program I'm trying to use with it. I just want the eraser to erase at a fixed transparency like I was clicking with the mouse. Right now, if I click with the mouse, it will erase 100% of the painted area, but when I try to erase using the wacom stylus, its transparency is mapped to pen pressure. So when I just use normal pen pressure only part of the painted area is erased. Are you saying that has something to do with my tablet settings?
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    Eraser Opacity Tablet Pressure

    Hi, I started using 3DCoat this month, and I just plugged in my Wacom tablet today to start texturing. I have figured out most of the tablet settings, but I can't find out how to turn tablet pressure off for the eraser opacity. There's usually a little brush icon that you can click to turn off tablet pressure influencing certain properties of a brush stroke. Has anyone else figured this out? Thanks