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Discussion in 'Microsoft Surface Pro 2' started by kozak79, Apr 23, 2014.
Wacom Feel Driver | Wacom Americas
Radial Menu, slight improvement to calibration.
For a four-point calibration, it worked great! I now have the + directly under the point of the pen where before it was always off to the side.
How do you trigger radial menu, do you reassign the 'right click' button?
I ask because 2 button pens are surprisingly hard to find (posted to Australia)
I am using the Surface Pen, so no 2nd button. I briefly put the radial menu as my button, but took it off - too used to using it as right click.
I use this 2 button pen:
Modbook Pro Digitizer Pen
It's expensive, but behaves like a proper wacom pen. Comes with extra tips and replacement tool. I also use a custom ArtDock I made for the Surface Pro:
SPA2 ArtDock by kozak79 on deviantART
Here I'm using Mudbox 2015 on SP2 with the Modbook Pen and my custom ArtDock:
Click and hold equals right click so I activate the radial menu with 8 menu choices, including one for right click just to make sure.
Thanks, I'll look into it.
Was eyeing off the Fujitsu T5000 pen, but can't find a vendor to ship down under:
Saw this the other day and wondered how well it worked.... So is it that much better than using the stock MS driver?
Updated, and it's tightened up the pen a lot, so A+ Thanks for the heads up!
Just installed it and did the 4-point calibration. Accuracy is much improved over stock and old driver!
just installed on mine and HOLY CRAP! much improved over stock
I just want to confirm: that stylus has an eraser function like the stock stylus, correct? I was going to pick up the Feel stylus, but no eraser is problematic for me.