Wacom Cintiq or Intuos with Rhino

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(Tegnebrett) #41

I have a XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro Drawing Tablet with Screen ( the Upgraded version of Artist 15.6 ).it has a 15.6-inch display with full HD resolution (1,920 x 1,080), It can produce 88 per cent of the NTSC colour palette . it’s stylus support 8, 192 pressure levels and tilt recognition. it was a cheaper alternative to wacon cintiq tablet . more details: https://www.xp-pen.com/goods/show/id/394.html

a Screen DrawingTablet is not a “must have” for Rhino.
My Artist 15.6 Pro graphics Display is really useful for painting and sculpting purposes.
But on a Screen Drawing Tablet Your hand often covers the screen, so You don’t see what happens on it.
I dont’t like working directly on the screen when I’m using Rhino.

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(Zsfksuxk2005) #42

I have used Wacom Intuos before. It is small but perfect for my needs at the time, but now for the other.

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(Gary) #43

I just upgraded to win 10 from 7. I had my Wacom pen with Intuos pro working great in win 7 but now finding a glitch in win 10 that I haven’t found the solution for yet. In 7 the lower button of the pen would register as a right click to end a line or re-invoke a command. I now find this not to be the case in running Rhino 6 in Win 10. So far everything else seems to work.
Any quick advise? And TIA for your time :slight_smile:
Gary D

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#44

Hi Gary,
Does this help?

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(Gary) #45

Hey Jarek, that seems like a logical answer but the driver panel, and I assume you mean in device manager?? doesn’t have a calibration tab.
G

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#46

it should be in the Wacom Tablet Properties, no?

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(Gary) #47

OK, On my older Intuos small, the command was in another location but your suggestion was very useful in helping me to find it. Thank you!! Resolved!
G

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#48

It would be great if the gestures could be set to execute a right mouse drag to navigate in the grasshopper canvas. On a two screen setup, the tablet would be set to one screen only. This could help reduce distances moving the mouse left and right from one screen to the other.

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