New drivers posted for Mac and Win, version 6.3.25. Now supporting OSX High Sierra. Windows driver 6.3.25-3 has a known issue when using the WL Kit - this will be fixed soon. Download drivers and release notes here: http://www.wacom.com/support/product-support/drivers

Note: All users seeing wavy lines using a Wacom Pro Pen 2 with Wacom MSP, Cintiq/Intuos Pro 13” or 16”, please update the tablet pen firmware to address this issue. The update is now available via the Wacom Desktop Center application on your computer.

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MSP 13 hide cursor not working?

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Rastapopolus
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MSP 13 hide cursor not working?

Postby Rastapopolus » Mon 12. Jun 2017, 15:56

Hello everybody,

is it possible that the show cursor checkbox in the win 10 pen settings has no effect (anymore)?

since some days I cannot turn off the cursor. I am on the most recent driver and I haven't had this problem before. Is there something, somewhere I could change some additional settings?

I already tried resetting the Wacom settings and turning the show cursor on and off.

Kind regards

jsf1212
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Joined: Fri 16. Jun 2017, 18:43

Re: MSP 13 hide cursor not working?

Postby jsf1212 » Fri 16. Jun 2017, 18:45

Same here

jsf1212
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Re: MSP 13 hide cursor not working?

Postby jsf1212 » Fri 16. Jun 2017, 19:36

Same problem here.

wacom1
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Re: MSP 13 hide cursor not working?

Postby wacom1 » Sun 18. Jun 2017, 13:38

The screen pointer is shown by operating system, graphics driver, application software. The tablet only provides the position for that. I would try to turn off 'use Windows Ink' and check different settings in Win10. (After the creators update for Win10 some settings were duplicated in different control panels and both need to be disabled.)


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