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Latest drivers made pen unusable on Windows 10

Intuos, Intuos Pro, Bamboo, Graphire, etc.
Karmalakas
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Latest drivers made pen unusable on Windows 10

Postby Karmalakas » Fri 15. Jun 2018, 17:08

So I've got latest Windows 10 ver. 1803 (OS Build 17134.112)
Updated to latest Wacom driver 6.3.30-4 on Intuos Pro and Grip Pen

Pen started acting as if was using a touch screen. Tried disabling all Windows touch features with no luck. Still couldn't mark the text with the pen - had to use keyboard Shift + arrows. Pen button, set up as right click, never triggered at first press - always had to press two times. Couldn't keep a pen tip on a tablet - it acted as right click, like on a touch screen.

Only going back to 6.3.30-2 solved the problem.

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