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Cintiq 13 HD - UNDESIDERABLE Pan

Cintiq and Cintiq Pro
Duca1969
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Joined: Fri 27. Apr 2018, 06:56

Cintiq 13 HD - UNDESIDERABLE Pan

Postby Duca1969 » Fri 27. Apr 2018, 07:15

Hallo everybody,
I have a Cintiq 13 HD. After installing the last driver I have a big issue: regardless of the instrument used, the pen PAN the image (like I'm holding PAN tool) and I can correctly apply any tools. What is wrong?

(Diver 6.3.29.6)

wacom1
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Re: Cintiq 13 HD - UNDESIDERABLE Pan

Postby wacom1 » Fri 27. Apr 2018, 19:04

You are probably using Win10 and have this problem because of a recent Win10 update. In this case have a look at viewtopic.php?f=5&t=1600

Duca1969
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Joined: Fri 27. Apr 2018, 06:56

Re: Cintiq 13 HD - UNDESIDERABLE Pan

Postby Duca1969 » Sun 29. Apr 2018, 05:17

Hi wacom1,
many thanks , i will try...


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