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[Intuos Pro Small] Disable the eraser end?

Intuos, Intuos Pro, Bamboo, Graphire, etc.
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[Intuos Pro Small] Disable the eraser end?

Postby stooovie » Tue 10. Jan 2017, 17:38

Is it possible to disable the eraser end?

Right now, when I'm holding the pen while typing, it makes the cursor fly all over the screen (as it moves near the tablet surface as I type), causing all kinds of havoc, switching to other apps or windows and interfering with my work. This is the first time I have a pen with eraser end and this issue is really making this the worst experience with any tablet so far (and I've also had Geniuses!). I won't be putting down the pen every time I write - I use it mainly for video editing/motion design/general OS usage, so that is really not an option.

Can it be disabled at all?

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Re: [Intuos Pro Small] Disable the eraser end?

Postby Griebeek » Wed 18. Jan 2017, 16:39

Open your Wacom tablet properties (in the system preferences for mac, or in the start menu in the Wacom tablet folder for Windows), where you adjust your tablet settings and buttons, find your eraser settings and select the function "disabled" from the functions list.

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Re: [Intuos Pro Small] Disable the eraser end?

Postby tempuserr » Sun 1. Jul 2018, 11:24

Useless advice.
This only disable eraser clicks, not cursor movement.

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