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Wacom Pen behaviour

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Timooster
Posts: 1
Joined: Sat 2. Mar 2019, 23:32

Wacom Pen behaviour

Postby Timooster » Sun 3. Mar 2019, 09:42

Hi,

Since i tried to work with new touch laptops like lenovo windows 10, i have a big problem.
With the older touch laptops, like x201t from lenovo win7, there is no problem!

Is there a way to change the behaviour of the data input in Windows 10?

I think the pen simulates a fingertouch and doesn‘t replace a mouseclick!
I use software, that only works proper with mouseclick and not fingertouch.

So, is there a hack in win10 to change that?

OS: Win10
Hardware: any touch laptop from Lenovo (i checked a lot)
Pen: any active stylus

wacom5
Posts: 483
Joined: Tue 8. Aug 2017, 14:35

Re: Wacom Pen behaviour

Postby wacom5 » Tue 5. Mar 2019, 09:09

Hi.
What is your Laptop Model? Which Stylus are you using?
Sounds like you need to change the settings of Windows Ink or maybe disable it from the pen driver.
Please see: https://www.windowscentral.com/how-customize-active-pen-settings-windows-ink-windows-10-anniversary-update


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