When are we likely to see an update to Photoshop (and other software) enabling us to remove the cursor when using a wacom cintiq on iOS?
There is an app called Astropad that allows you to mirror your mac screen and this has a tickbox saying 'Hide cursor when drawing'. Surely this should be an available option for Adobe products rather than relying upon 3rd party plugins.
I know I'm not alone here!
Was reading this thread while looking for a way to record live line drawing in Photoshop without seeing the cursor.
I found this little preference pane: http://doomlaser.com/cursorcerer-hide-your-cursor-at-will/ which does the trick very neatly. You can toggle the cursor on and off with a hotkey, and it works in Photoshop.
This proves there are other 3rd party developers who are willing to help. Why is it then that Adobe are't willing to add such a seemingly simple preference to there applications...??? Come on Adobe, this would be SO helpful!!
A lot of us have been waiting for this for a LONG time, and the only plugin that addresses this is windows-only. It's very distracting to have to look at a virtually useless crosshair or brush outline when we have all the visual feedback we need.
I've been using Photoshop for over 20 years and never have I seen Adobe take so long to adapt to such a simple request that thousands are asking for.
Seriously. Make it happen, please!
the crosshairs on the small brush sizes block your view of your work while painting
why not give users the option of removing them in preferences?