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Question with drawing and Paint Pro

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Question with drawing and Paint Pro

Postby Girlwithquestions » Tue 29. Aug 2017, 00:47

Hello; American newbie with a question here. I'm currently using Smith Micro's "Clip Studio Paint" and I'm wondering if there's any way I can set the pen settings so that it only draws when I click one of the pen buttons, as opposed to just touching the pad?

Thanks in advance!

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Re: Question with drawing and Paint Pro

Postby wacom1 » Tue 29. Aug 2017, 07:35

Normally the pentip act like a left mouseclick as soon as you touch the tablet. You could disable that in the driver, but then you need to have some other method for clicking ready before. (like a separate regular mouse or touchpad, a pen side button set to 'click' etc). If you have that, you can open tablet properties, go to pen tip feel settings showing the picture of the pen. Doubleclick on the word 'click' below the pentip and select the function you want. It is possible to disable the pentip and click instead with a side button.

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