macOS 6.4.6-3 Release Notes

Created for Sonoma (14), Ventura (13), Monterey (12), Big Sur (11)

Compatible products
Wacom Movink 13DTH135
Wacom One 12DTC121
Wacom One 13 touchDTH134
Wacom Signature Display 12DTC121W5Z
Wacom Signature Display 13DTH134W5Z
Wacom One SCTC4110WL
Wacom One MCTC6110WL
Wacom Cintiq Pro 17DTH172
Wacom Cintiq Pro 22DTH227
Wacom Cintiq Pro 27DTH271
Wacom OneDTC133
Wacom MobileStudio ProDTH-W1320, W1321, W1620, W1621
Wacom Cintiq ProDTH-1320, 1620, DTK-2420, DTH-2420, 3220
Wacom Cintiq Pro 16DTH167
Wacom Cintiq 16DTK-1660, 1661
Wacom Cintiq 22DTK-2260, 2261
Wacom Intuos ProPTH-460, 660, 860
One by WacomCTL-472, 672
IntuosCTL and CTH-490, 690
Intuos ProPTH-451, 651, 851
Wacom IntuosCTL-4100, 4100WL, 6100, 6100WL
Cintiq 13HDDTK and DTH-1300
Cintiq 22HDDTK and DTH-2200
Cintiq 27QHDDTK and DTH-2700
Cintiq Companion 2DTH-W1310
Wacom Cintiq Pro EngineDPM-W1000
ExpressKey RemoteEKR-100
Driver 6.4.6-3 for macOS
Released on June 6, 2024
What's new
  • Support for the new Wacom Movink 13 pen display.
  • Wacom Center support for:
    • Display toggle (for devices fully supported in Wacom Center)
    • Customizable colors, icons, and text sizes for On-screen shortcuts
    • Customizable pen tip settings
  • Improved default settings for the "Wacom screen keys" On-screen shortcut.
  • More intuitive Touch setup selections.
  • Full Wacom Center support added for the following devices:
    • Cintiq 16 (DTK-1660, DTK-1660E)
    • Cintiq 22 (DTK-2260)
    • Cintiq 27HD (DTK-2700, DTH-2700)
    • Cintiq Pro 13 & 16 (DTH-1320, DTH-1620)
    • Cintiq Pro 16 (DTH167)
    • Cintiq Pro 24 & 32 (DTK-2420, DTH-2420, DTH-3220)
    • Wacom One 13 (DTC133)
    • DTK-1651, DTU-1141B, DTU-1031AX, DTH-1152, DTK-2451, DTH-2452

If you need assistance enabling specific macOS Privacy & Security settings so that the Wacom driver works properly, see these instructions for details.

Resolved Issues
Affected Fixed
Pen Displays All models If the connection to your computer includes an HDMI cable, the "Assigned display" (Device > Advanced settings) now lists the correct pen display after unplugging then plugging back in the cable. 9987
Pen Displays All models Moving the "Wacom screen keys" On-screen short to the side of one display screen adjacent to another screen will now remain in the expected location. 9941
Pen Displays All models Your pen cursor will now map to the correct display when using Display toggle. 9832
All Devices All models In Wacom Center, you can now use your keyboard's backspace or delete key to clear an entry when manually adjusting the Pen calibration's horizontal or vertical offset entries. 9514
Wacom Intuos CTL-4100 CTL-6100 CTL-4100WL CTL-6100WL Application-specific settings are no longer automatically reapplied after deleting them. 9349
All Devices All models On macOS 14 and macOS 12 Intel, an uninstall of the driver will now delete your Wacom Center/Wacom Tablet Properties settings. 9390
Pen Displays All models The new implementation of Display toggle in Wacom Center always uses proportional mapping and the full display area. 8485 9777 9959
Known Issues
Affected What you can expect
All Devices All models

Occasionally, your Wacom device may not display in Wacom Center or Wacom Tablet Properties if the device is connected to the computer during a restart.

What you can do about it while we fix it: Unplug and then replug the Wacom device back into the computer.

Pen Tablets CTL-480 CTL-680 CTH-480 CTH-680 CTL-490 CTL-690 CTH-490 CTH-690 PTH-451 PTH-651 PTH-851

On MacOS Sonoma, versions 14.2.1 and earlier, if your Wacom device's battery is low, an informational message will display and you will not be able to use your Wacom device until the message is dismissed.

What you can do about it while we fix it: Close the message with the trackpad or an external mouse.

All Devices Models with touch

On macOS 14, four-finger, up and down swipes for Mission Control and Application Windows do not work on Wacom devices that have the touch feature.

What you can do about it while we fix it: Use the trackpad or keyboard to access Mission Control and Application Windows.

All Devices All models

You cannot rename desktop objects by clicking them with the Wacom pen.

What you can do about it while we fix it: With the desktop object selected, press a pen button assigned to "Right click" and choose "Rename".

All Devices All models

If two versions of the same application with the same executable name (e.g. com.adobe.Photoshop) are installed on your Mac, you will not be able to create unique application-specific settings for each version of the application.

What you can do about it while we fix it: If you deleted the previous version of the application on installation and you want to create application-specific settings unique to the newer version: Open Wacom Center, select the Settings icon and click Reset all settings. Then create the new application-specific settings. (Note that you cannot restore your application-specific settings using a backup file).

If you kept both versions of the application on your computer, there is no workaround.

All Devices All models

The cursor may stop moving in some applications during periods of high CPU load.

What you can do about it while we fix it: Wait for the CPU load to go down, or restart the Wacom driver.

All Devices All models

Mission Control shortcuts (Control + Up Arrow, for example) are not working when assigned to tablet buttons such as ExpressKeys.

What you can do about it while we fix it: Go to System Preferences > Mission Control and change the Mission Control shortcut to F12 (for example) and then assign F12 to an ExpressKey.

Did you notice an issue that you want to tell us about? Let us know!