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Windows 10 Fall 2018 Update:
Updating to the newest Windows 10 Fall update? Wacom has identified a few issues within the latest update. Pan/Scroll is not working correctly in some applications. Also, Modifier Clicks do not work when assigned to pen buttons or ExpressKeys, see the screenshot below. The Wacom driver team has submitted a bug report with Microsoft for these issues and will continue to work with them until it is fixed. More information can be found here: here

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Bamboo Ink Jitter

Bamboo Stylus (all flavors), Fineline, Intuos Creative Stylus,
elepheyeno
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Joined: Sun 15. Oct 2017, 06:12

Bamboo Ink Jitter

Postby elepheyeno » Sun 15. Oct 2017, 06:17

I'm on a Lenovo Yoga 720. Drawing straight lines on any drawing app are nearly impossible. Slow movements cause terrible jitter. My laptop supports AES, and my pen works perfectly on display laptops. I can draw a straight line quickly but slowly causes little tiny bumps. I've updated drivers, updated my laptop, and updated AES (http://us.wacom.com/en/feeldriver/). At my wits end. I've even returned and replaced the pen.

wacom1
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Joined: Tue 29. Nov 2016, 09:46

Re: Bamboo Ink Jitter

Postby wacom1 » Sun 15. Oct 2017, 19:03

In which application do you test this ? Some programs handle pen input not so well at certain zoom levels. For testing make sure to be at 100% level, so that each point in the document corresponds to one screenpixel.


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