The pen and cursor are very misaligned.
The pen and cursor move in opposite directions.
I did some research and repeated calibration, and checked the environment settings (coordinate detection mode) of Crysta, but it didn't work.
It wasn't a complete mess, and there were times when the gap disappeared, when it was restarted, it became normal, and when the software set was re-installed, it became possible.
Is this an anomaly of Crysta? Is the tab more unusual? Either way, I think the cause is probably my way of setting, but the stress-mach situation of struggling with misalignment every time I start a tab is quite depressing.
Could you please help me?
Published date : 1 month ago
Updated date : 28 days ago
1 month ago
As Crysta is the latest version, I feel that something is wrong with the liquid tab, pen or tablet driver.
For the time being, try resetting the driver.
I think it is better to have multiple pens. → To deal with emergencies of failure and comparison targets
In addition, the USB connection may become unstable even if it is not directly attached from the PC but via a USB hub.
Try replacing it with another USB terminal.
1 month ago"Left-handed setting" on the tab side? I feel like I'm bad. Try updating your tablet driver to the latest version.
Also, when starting the PC, do not start the PC → power on the liquid tab, but start the PC in the order of powering on the liquid tab → starting the PC.
If you want to turn on the liquid tab later, just turn on the liquid tab and restart the PC before using it.
For the time being, I will put up an official FAQ about coordinate deviation.
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