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GTCO Roll-Up Digitizer... lines appear wavy and jagged

GTCO Roll-Up Digitizer... When I place a ruler diagonally to draw a straight diagonal line the line onscreen appears wavy and jagged. What causes that?? Is there something wrong with my board or puck?

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The GTCO ROll-Up is not a high accuracy tablet,it is made for general use by Estimators.

Normal accuracy is somewhere between 15 and 22 mil.

Are there any breaks in the line,this would indicate an open on the grid.

Are you using a Tabletworks driver? Check the options and make sure the correct size tablet is in the driver.

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