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KarlJones

Cursor jumps when lifting pen

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Hello,

I am using a Huion tablet which i am very pleased with.

The only problem that I have is that, however careful I am, the cursor always jumps a little when i lift the pen from the tablet.

This makes it very difficult to draw accurately.

I am new to this, so does anyone have any suggestions.

Could I freeze the cursor position in some way before lifting the pen?

 

thanks

karl

 

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If you mean that what you just drew ( or selected, etc) moves slightly as you lift your pen, try tilting the pen up so it's perfectly vertical before you lift it from the tablet.

If you mean the cursor moves a bit after the pen is lifted, try reinstalling your Huion drivers.

(I had a similar problem with my  Huion tablet , but I'm on a Mac. If you're on a PC, the above advice may or may not work)

 


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