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#1 15 Jan, 2013 1:56 pm

What Tablet is the best?

I have one of the Bamboo ones but the pen does this funky thing only in this place where you start to sketch in black and then it clicks on the white targets it and changes the pen colors?????

I've gone to settings and played around with the pen fixed the sensitivity now it does it less, but if tweek to much the pen will not work?????????????????


So question is which tablet is the best for this sight? cause I use the mouse for all my drawings which is causing injury to my wrist. And takes longer to draw with

Thank's everyone


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#2 15 Jan, 2013 4:34 pm

Re: What Tablet is the best?

I don't understand what do u mean, how it changes color? It should probably change color only if you're clicking button on it actually.

Bamboo should work just fine I guess, that's pretty strange that you've got such problems.


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#3 15 Jan, 2013 4:56 pm

Re: What Tablet is the best?

Yea it sounds to me like you are clicking on the button on the pen. I use to do that a lot when I first got the Bamboo tablet. It just takes practice and you have to know where your fingers are so you don't hit the button by accident. c:


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#4 16 Jan, 2013 6:26 pm

Re: What Tablet is the best?

I thought that too, that I was clicking on the button on the pen itself >>

So, I messed with the sensitivity, and then repositioned how I held the pen worked better but I noticed that it still for some reason selects colors on the paper/canvas but will not stay on the color I picked. And not hitting the button?

Dont know might be broke?


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#5 16 Jan, 2013 8:43 pm

Re: What Tablet is the best?

maybe it recognize it as double click and changes color? go to hot-keys setting and change them, sensitivity shouldn't be the problem. It may be in bamboo settings or even in mouse or pad settings, check them both ..

I had a thrust tablet and all problems started then I dropped my pen on the ground couple of times.. so I haven't bought a new one. Its been like 2 years since then and I miss it sad after tablet you just cant go back to mouse..

have you tried buying new pen?

read this http://www.wacom.com/~/media/Files/Manu … Manual.pdf

and go to bamboo forums there you always can find answer to your problems.
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#6 17 Jan, 2013 4:00 pm

Re: What Tablet is the best?

I dont have it, Me, drawing just with mouse...


grab your mouse, lets drawing pretty girls!!!

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#7 17 Jan, 2013 5:10 pm

Re: What Tablet is the best?

okay sadlave thanks I will try that, yeah getting good with the mouse don't even use the line tool with it no more all free hand except for edges...lol so would suck to loose that


but thanks


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#8 17 Jan, 2013 5:22 pm

Re: What Tablet is the best?

I have a bamboo, and I get that problem sometimes. The thing is that if you hold the pen down in one place for too long it registers as a right click and that selects the color too. What  I suggest is to either go to your settings and disable the right click from your pen. Or, if you don't want/know how to do that, the best way to solve the problem is to just zoom in closer while you're drawing and try to use smoother strokes.


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