6.3.45 Release Notes


Created for Windows 11, 10, 8, and 7 (64-bit)

Driver 6.3.45-1 Release Notes

Compatible products
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-471, 472, 671, 672
IntuosCTL and CTH-480, 490, 680, 690
Intuos 4 XLPTK-1240
Intuos 5PTH and PTK-450, 650, 850
Intuos ProPTH-451, 651, 851
Wacom IntuosCTL-4100, 4100WL, 6100, 6100WL
Cintiq 13HDDTK and DTH-1300
Cintiq 22HDDTK and DTH-2200
Cintiq 24HDDTK and DTH-2400
Cintiq 27QHDDTK and DTH-2700
Cintiq CompanionDTH-W1300
Cintiq Companion 2DTH-W1310
Cintiq Companion HybridDTH-A1300
Wacom Cintiq Pro EngineDPM-W1000
ExpressKey RemoteEKR-100
What's new in 6.3.45

Helpful new features and improved application support

  • An improved notification process to inform you when new driver, firmware, or BIOS updates are available, allowing you to easily access the most recent updates for your Wacom tablet.
  • For Cintiq Pro: A new option that requires a "long press" to activate the Touch Keys, which helps avoid accidental activation by unintended swipes or brushes of the keys. To turn the feature on, click the Options button at the bottom of Wacom Tablet Properties and select Use long press for Cintiq Pro Touch Keys.
  • Improved application support for Nvidia Omniverse, Borix FX Optics, Adobe Premier Rush, and OTOY Sculptron.

Note: Because Microsoft has dropped support for Windows 7, customers will need to click "Install" on two different Windows Security messages for the Wacom driver to work with Windows 7.

Driver 6.3.45-1 for Windows
Released on December 16, 2021
Resolved Issues
Affected Fixed
All Devices All models We resolved an issue with missing DLLs when installing the driver. 5082
All Devices All models Opening Photoshop no longer closes any open On-screen Control panels. 5049
Known Issues
Affected What you can expect
Cintiq Pro DTH-1320

After using Tablet Mode, when you switch back to Display Mode, the pen does not correctly map back onto the Cintiq Pro, but continues to map to the display screen(s).

What you can do about it while we fix it: There is a Monitor drop-down menu in the Wacom Tablet Properties Calibration tab. Select the Cintiq Pro from the drop-down list. Alternatively, you can disconnect the Cintiq Pro from the computer and then reconnect. Or, you can restart the Cintiq Pro.

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