Enable Pen Pressure in Project Blue
Pen Pressure Sensitivity
Project Blue supports pen pressure sensitivity in a variety of programs and currently uses the Windows Ink tablet driver API. You can also adjust the pressure curve settings in the Project Blue sidebar by tapping the red ring button > Pencil & Stroke > Pressure Curve.
Here are the steps to enable pen pressure in some common programs. If your program is not on this list, let us know or check to see if there is a similar setting that needs to be changed to enable pen pressure.
Enable Pen Pressure in Blender
In Blender's menu bar, go to Edit > Preferences > Input > Tablet and change Tablet API to "Windows Ink".
Enable Pen Pressure in Clip Studio Paint
With Windows Ink enabled, in Clip Studio Paint's toolbar, go to File > Preferences > Tablet and select the "use TabletPC" option.
Enable Pen Pressure in Drawpile
Go to Edit > Preferences > User Interface. Check "Enable pressure sensitivity" and "Use Windows Ink". Restart Drawpile.
Enable Pen Pressure in Krita
Krita is defaulted to use the WinTab tablet driver API, so you will need to change this in Settings.
Enable Pen Pressure in Paint Tool SAI
In SAI's menu bar, go to Other > Options. Under the Pen Tablet menu, change Pen Tablet Control API to "Use Windows API" and click OK. Then restart SAI.
Enable Pen Pressure in TV Paint
In TV Paint's menu bar, go to Edit > Preferences > General and Change Tablet to "Ink".
Enable Pen Pressure in Zbrush
Zbrush is defaulted to use the WinTab tablet driver API, so you will need to change this in Preferences.
In Preferences, go to Tablet > Tablet Driver API > Stylus.