Problem with Intous Wacom tablet while using in laptop

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I am having issues with my Wacom tablet with my laptop. I didn’t use it for at least 1-2 weeks. I tried to continue with my projects and the tablet’s pointer keeps on jumping while I’m editing my project. What could be causing this issue? What are the possible resolutions to resolve this problem? Can you provide me alternative ways to do this? Can you provide me complete and simple instructions in resolving and permanently eliminating this issue?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #190121

Problem with Intous Wacom tablet while using in laptop

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Hello Stephen!

You can resolve this issue by following the corrections of the settings below. This is caused by double-click instances so we need to make little adjustments with this.

1.    Go to System Preferences Menu >> Pen Tablet >> Pen >> Double Click Distance >> and scroll the throttle to the left until there’s no more jumping instances in your cursor.

2.   Updating the drivers will give you also quick fix with this problem.

3.   Set the Pen behavior to mouse from the mapping tab.

4.   Try reinstalling the drivers to correct the settings of your pen tablet.

Answered By 590495 points N/A #315054

Problem with Intous Wacom tablet while using in laptop

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If you have a Wacom tablet and the pen is not working properly, try calibrating the pen to align the cursor with the position of the pen on the screen. To do this, first, setup your pen in its working position then open the “Wacom Tablet Properties”. If there are multiple pen display installed on your tablet, select the one you are using from the “Device” list.

Next, from the “Tool” list, select a pen then go to “Calibrate” tab. If you are working with multiple monitors, select the monitor that corresponds to your pen display from the dropdown menu then click “Calibrate” to activate the calibration screen. Hold the pen then sit or stand as you normally would when working with the pen display.

Use the tip of the pen to click on the center of the crosshair on the upper left corner of the screen. Repeat this on the crosshairs on the remaining corners. Test the alignment by positioning the pen at a few different points on the display. When you are satisfied with the result, click “OK” to accept the calibration.

If you are not satisfied with the outcome, click “Try Again” to recalibrate.

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