Hurricane Florence Alert:
A rather large hurricane is set to hit the East Coast of the United States at the end of this week. Because of its size and threat to life & property there have already been significant evacuations in the areas expected to be hit worst. Hopefully things do not turn out as bad, but we will probably see shipping delays to and from that area (our North America distribution center is in Memphis, TN, close to the area).
If you are in the US region and you order something during this period, please see check https://www.ups.com/us/en/service-alerts.page?id=alert1 for possible alerts.

Wacom Drivers:
June 2018: New drivers released version 6.3.30-6 for Win and 6.3.30-2 for Mac, with various bugfixes. Download drivers and release notes here: http://www.wacom.com/support/product-support/drivers

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by Fagertveit
Tue 25. Apr 2017, 11:52
Forum: Pen Tablets
Topic: Issues with Windows 10 "right click on hold"
Replies: 14
Views: 6639

Re: Issues with Windows 10 "right click on hold"

Thanks for the reply, I had to solve this problem with some regedit hacking actually, my pen and windows ink settings don't have the option for me to set, there is a Press and hold option, but as I understand it's for the eraser button that's attached to the pens that come with the surface pc's, so ...
by Fagertveit
Fri 21. Apr 2017, 08:53
Forum: Pen Tablets
Topic: Issues with Windows 10 "right click on hold"
Replies: 14
Views: 6639

Issues with Windows 10 "right click on hold"

Hey, I've just purchased the Intuos Pro small tablet, it's great in all ways, but one thing keeps nagging me and destroying my work flow proper. The Windows 10 feature "Push and hold to right click", that is, if I have the cursor at a smaller area and try to use the pen, it registers the a...

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