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Wacom tablet pen problem

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Wacom tablet pen problem

Postby shenox123 » Wed 19. Jul 2017, 03:30

So i have a one by wacom tablet, I have 2 monitors, When i touch one place on the tablet with my pen, it goes to that place with my cursor and i dont want that because i have limited space to animate on animate CC and its hard to animate with like a quarter of the tablet because when i move the pen to the middle it goes to the other monitor. is there a way i can change this? because this didnt happen at first when i got the tablet, i could stay in the same place with my cursor even when the pen is in the middle, if you didnt get it let me explain it better, when i try to reposition my hand to the middle so i have more space to use the pen, it goes somewhere alse instead of staying in its place, i didnt have this problem until i downloaded that driver(the 5.3.5-3), i think it just ruined everything.. please someone help me with this

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Re: Wacom tablet pen problem

Postby wacom1 » Wed 19. Jul 2017, 06:59

Open the driver control panel and go to the mapping tab. You should be able to select which monitor the tablet is mapped to. There should also be a panel for 'display toggle'. With that you can toggle the mapping of the tablet to monitor1, monitor2 or both monitors. You seem to have it currently set to map to both monitors.

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