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is this delay normal?

Posted: Fri 25. May 2018, 19:38
by nobopyon
Hi, recently purchased Wacom Intuos Pro tablet.

I'm not prof. artist or anything but thought to learn how to use pen tablet for my photoshop related work at home. I am totally new to pen tablet, so I'm not sure if it's normal but when i was adjusting level on photoshop, the input seems delaying...

when I use regular mouse, i click and slide right and left, the slider will move smoothly according to my mouse movement, however, when I use pen, it will show circle as where i click with my pen, but when i slide right and left, it takes few sec delay, sometimes even longer for me to slide the sliders.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ctcsN7YMq2zWPd0B3ptHHjFRoqgae6XK/view?usp=sharing

i hope the image link explain what I am talking about.

Anyway, as I state, i'm new to pen tablet, so i'm not sure if this is normal or not.

i'm using windows 10 pc, connecting with bluetooth (even i connect with cable, it still does the same).

let me know if this is normal or not.. (solution?)

Thank you

Re: is this delay normal?

Posted: Sat 26. May 2018, 07:34
by wacom1
Go to the Windows control panel for TabletPC/Pen and Touch settings and deactivate 'press and hold' to rightclick. You can also turn off 'use Windows Ink' in the tablet properties/mapping panel.

Re: is this delay normal?

Posted: Tue 29. May 2018, 13:45
by nobopyon
wacom1 wrote:Go to the Windows control panel for TabletPC/Pen and Touch settings and deactivate 'press and hold' to rightclick. You can also turn off 'use Windows Ink' in the tablet properties/mapping panel.


Thank you! turning off "press and hold to rightclick" worked!
I tried to find "use windows ink" but i didn't seem to find or at least i wasn't looking at the correct section?

Thanks again :)

Re: is this delay normal?

Posted: Wed 30. May 2018, 08:06
by wacom1
The 'use Windows Ink' option is in the 'mapping/projection' tab (or calibration tab on the display tablets) at the bottom. Some apps need Windows Ink for pressure sensitivity, so it is activated by default.