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help multiple map[ping issues
« on: May 28, 2015, 08:34:08 AM »
I need help, please. I have a project due, and I see there's an update for the program, (I know, I'm late. I hate that most programs don't check for updates) But I have a lot riding on this, and I hadn't had any trouble before.

So my cursor was fine, lining up properly. But there was no way to go all the way to the right of the screen. I changed the misc setting from 0=1 to fix old wacom bugs. So I can now go all the way to the right, but NOW THE CURSOR IS OFF.

I'm just a bit frazzled I wish I never updated. Does anyone no a FIX or can you tell me how to go back to the old WORKING version? Please help me. And no, I'm not reformatting windows, I've checked all mydrivers, they're up to date... those can' be the issues, right?

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Re: help multiple map[ping issues
« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2015, 08:47:19 AM »
this forum is dead, isn't it.

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Re: help multiple map[ping issues
« Reply #2 on: May 28, 2015, 01:57:59 PM »
It's a forum, not live chat. That means you aren't guaranteed a reply in real time, or even the same day (or week).

So, starting with the basics: have you restarted your computer? Unplug your tablet, restart your computer, replug the tablet.
Have you installed the latest Wacom driver? Have you turned off Microsoft Ink? 

The newer Ink pressure/location system now built-in to Windows can cause problems with software such as Sai that uses the Wintab interface. For Wacom tablets, see this to turn off Ink and only work with Wintab: http://forum.wacom.eu/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=14722 and  http://viziblr.com/news/2013/6/23/the-windows-and-wacom-tablet-nightmare-is-over.html (but some art programs require Microsoft Ink for pressure, so if possible create a specify Sai profile). Maybe restart your computer again afterwards. 

Some Windows services can also interfere with the Wintab signals. Try turning off Windows services such as pen flick macros, pen to text input, press and hold for right mouse button, etc. For Wacom tablets look in Control Panel for Pen and Touch  and any other pen/tablet/Wacom utility. If that still doesn't work, this program can check and turn off those services: http://viziblr.com/news/2011/8/13/fix-my-pen-makes-your-wacom-tablet-just-work-on-windows-7.html (although it says for Wacom tablets, it should work with other brands too, as it is turning off generic Windows programs, not tablet-specific settings). Warning : you may lose long press for right mouse button, etc. (you can set a side button on the pen to right-click if you need it).