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Tablet Pen Lines

When I go to draw with my Tablet Pen, I get a jillion lines I didn't draw, and a little blue circle. I have rebooted several times, and I do not plan on wasting more money to buy a new one. What can I do?

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I had the same problem way back with my wacom tablet. Mine was due to mouseware drivers. Soon as I got rid of them it was fine. So if you have mouseware drivers it may be interfering with the wintab drivers

Posted on Sep 25, 2007

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SOURCE: Are my settings wrong?

Hello, thanks for using FixYa.

That is completely normal, you haven't gotten used to using the pad. I was just looking at a review of the pad and the author writes

" The tablet worked well. It took me some time to get used to how a tablet functions as it is very different from a mouse. When I picked up the stylus from the tablet, and moved it to the right or left, and placed it back down, it was though I was drawing on a paper, and so the drawing would start in a new area, rather than where I "left" the mouse cursor. There was also a disconnect for me, as I continued to look down at my position, only to not have any real information without looking at what I was doing on the screen. I think this would change after some use, but for me, it was a strange feeling."

There is a toggle button on the pen that allows you to stop it from drawing. You can read the review here

So it seems the tablet is working normally, but it is not a mouse. It will take you some time to get used to it. The program might have settings that you can adjust that might help or make it easier to use. But don't expect too much. It will take time to master the tablet.

Posted on Oct 08, 2010

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