Pressure Sensitivity Not Working

Type of device*: Graphics Display Tablet Monitor
Brand and version of the device: XP-Pen 22E Pro
System** : Windows 10


Description of the issue (you can include screenshots):
So I used Krita months ago to animate a small GIF and I had no problems then, but now whenever I open Krita and try to draw, there’s no pressure sensitivity whatsoever. I checked if my tablet is supported and it should be, so I have no idea what to do about this. I’ve tried reinstalling my Driver and Krita, changing my settings like other people did and that didn’t work, so I really need help here.
Screenshot:

Hello and welcome to the forum :slight_smile:

The screenshot shows that you’re using the Basic-1 brush preset.
This does not have pressure control. It’s very basic.

Try the Basic-2 Opacity or Basic-5 Size brush preset to test for correct pressure signals coming from your graphics tablet/stylus.

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Hi.
Thank you for the reply!

Built-in LID means LCD(liquid crystal display) of laptop.

Both stylus input on LCD and Cintiq-16 are usable at the same time.
(Screenshots are drawn in the same canvas of Krita 4.4.2)

I will try to change settings, especially, Win-tab mode/ Windows Ink.

Sincerely.

BTW, why Autodesk can work on both at the same time… I will try another app (Celsys Clip Paint Studio).

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