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Issues with MS Edge browser:
When MS Edge is updated to version 94 and then opened and interacted with a Pen display the computer will crash and give the “Blue screen of death.”
This is NOT a Wacom driver issue, it has been reported from other devices using Windows Ink as well.
Disabling Windows Ink in Windows will resolve the issue.

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Difference between SDK for Devices and Device Kit

STU SDK for Windows and Linux, DTU SDK for Windows and Mac, Bluetooth Stylus SDK for iOS
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Difference between SDK for Devices and Device Kit

Postby WacomInkDev2 » Mon 15. Mar 2021, 12:20

What is the difference between the SDK for Devices and the Device Kit?

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Re: Difference between SDK for Devices and Device Kit

Postby WacomInkDev2 » Mon 15. Mar 2021, 12:27

The SDK for Devices (also known as the CDL) is a standard library which enables you to interface with different devices using the same code base - it does this by handling the low-level connection (via USB or Bluetooth) with the device for you.

The Device Kit consists of a range of low-level SDKs which give you direct access to the raw pen and touch data.
It currently supports a greater number of devices (though more will shortly be added to the CDL).
For more information please see: https://developer-docs.wacom.com/docs/overview


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