I would first like to say that this program works wonders. Hats off to the creator.
Now, I'm an artist who lives with another artist, but can only accommodate one computer for the time being. So I figured this would be a better alternative.
I'm currently having an issue having either my Wacom Cintiq or my Wacom tablet properly work.
I was able to tinker it to have both of the tablets running on their own monitors, but the 2nd monitor is having issues with recognizing the driver, with an error pop-up stating "A supported tablet was not found on the system."
The 1st monitor is the only one that recognizes both tablets plugged in, but has no influence for how the second tablet behaves for the 2nd monitor.
So my question is: is there any way for me to have the 2nd monitor "officially" recognize my drawing tablet?
If anyone can help me with this, I would appreciate it.
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