I was using my bamboo tablet and i noticed when i put my pen to the center of the tablet, its actually on the far left or the far right. and then i cant reach the end of the screen sometimes. how can i solve this problem
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You can buy them new from places like Amazon or directly from Wacom. Just to confuse you more-- it used to be Bamboo, Intuos, and Cintiq. Now the entry level tablets are the Intuos, the mid-level has become the Intuos Pro, and then the Cintiq.
Go to Control Panel, and open bamboo properties. There you select the "pen" tab. In the pen tab you will see tracking. Select pen mode and details. You can map the pad there. After mapping pen mode try it in mouse mode as well. Best of luck!
I've had the intuos and it worked for years without incident. I have the
bamboo and after only a few months it's having issues. WTF is up with
that?! I've already changed the nub out once. It worked fine for a while
but now... I have to double click to get it to release anything it
grabs onto. As a graphic artist where precision is involved... that's
I think it's time to contact their customer service.
I have the bamboo fun pen also. I am currently running Windows Vista 64bit home and have the same problem. I fixed mine by going into the control options > Tablet PC Settings > Other > Go to Pen and Input Devices > Settings (Under Pen Options) Then I clicked at the top Where it states "Enable press and hold for Right-clicking". I disabled that and my pen works with no holding for the right click. I can make scratch marks all day! Hope this helps you too.
I think you need to select the right tool to use with the tablet, I like to use the tablet with the lasso tool. If you want to draw use Adobe Illustrator. If it works as a mouse I think you just need to learn how to use the software you are dealing with.