My Stylus seems to be sticking in some manner so that sometimes it takes off by itself and leaves a trail and sometimes I have to give it a positive touch to complete a lasso movement. It also seems to be unable to move smoothly when I attempt to scroll with it and again, to stop the scroll I have to press down with it to bring the scroll to a stop.
I have tried removing the nib and replacing it but that doesn't seem to work. I even exchanged it with a nib from another pen (not the pen for the Intuos) and that didn't seem to work either.
Is it the pen or ??? Anyone who can help I would appreciate an answer. Wacom didn't give me much support when I asked them.
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If you lay the combo pointer on the table with the stylus to the left and the laser end to the right...then pick it up and unscrew the laser end of the barrel from the stylus end of the barrel, or unscrew the clip portion of the pen from the stylus barrel end....the batteries will be in the clip end of the pen....remove and replace batteries with in kind and reassemble.
Wikipedia says: A stylus pen is a computer accessory that is used to assist in navigating or providing more precision when using touchscreens. It usually refers to a narrow elongated staff, similar to a modern ballpoint pen. Many styli are heavily curved to be held more easily. Another widely-used writing tool is the stylus used by blind users in conjunction with the slate for punching out the dots in Braille.
The stylus pen works by pressure on the tip. Since the tc1100 uses an active digitizer, as soon as you come within range of the screen, the mouse should move (this is called pen-hover), however, if the tip is stuck upwards it will write or click instead just as if you were touching the screen.
Try carefully pulling out the tip using a needle nose pliers or your fingernails if they're strong, and then reinsert the tip gently. This should un-stick it. If this doesnt work, there may be an internal problem with the stylus.