Fixing tablet pressure problems for FireAlpacaFireAlpaca has great pressure responsiveness, but sometimes individual users don't get pressure sensitivity. FireAlapaca uses the slightly older Wintab pressure/location interface, which requires a Wintab implementation by the tablet manufacturer (in addition to the purely hardware driver). A number of art programs have changed to using the Microsoft Ink pressure/location interface (also known as Tablet PC API, although it applies to graphics tablets as well, not just tablet PCs), which now comes built into Windows, so you may see different behaviour in different software.My collected tips so far:Update your tablet software:Firstly download and install the latest pen/tablet driver/software from the manufacture's website (warning: some tablet brands are just rebadged from another company's product, and the latest driver may not always be under the rebadged name).Always restart your computer after installing hardware drivers.Earlier Genius tablet drivers (which may be t
Free Medibang Paint Pro/FireAlpaca brushes 1Download the image. Make sure that it is 250 by 250 Bmp.Open the file in Medibang. [ Not sure about how FireAlpaca is set up]Go to add brush bitmap, third on the bottom. Go to file from canvas.Copy the settings on the side if you like the outcome.If not mess with the settings yourself.