Palm Rejection Question

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  1. taylork1

    taylork1 New Member

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    Is there a trick to palm rejection? Whenever I rest my finger on the pen-entry section to steady my hand for writing, I get a mark like a dot, dash, comma, etc. that gets translated into text. It isn't a terrible problem, I just have to strike through those marks before I "insert" the text. I love writing with the pen and am amazed at the translation accuracy, just getting tired of those Pesky marks each time. thanks in advance
     
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    Make sure you are leading with the Pen Tip and the hover distant is fairly short on the N-Trig Pen so don't move it to far when you lift the nib.
     
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    OK. This is a good suggestion. When I put the pen on the glass first, I don't get those palm marks. It will take a little concentration, but I am sure I'll get used to it. Yay! Thank you!
     

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