So, I just got a new tablet, a Wacom Bamboo. I believe it is called the "Old Kind", as it is more square-looking and has the buttons on the top, not the side.
I was just wondering some techniques to help with shaky lines? With my 2 tablets that I have had, I have always had a problem with that.
Thanks for all the help!
Oh, and one more question too:
How do you change the way your tablet... 'works'? In more descriptive words, my tablet uses a 'mouse pad' sort of way of working. That means, when I tap the bottom of my tablet, and the mouse is in the center of the screen, it stays there. Same if I tap the top, or sides. Instead I'd like it to work as if it was the screen, and wherever you click goes to the different parts of the screen.
(Please don't double post! If you forgot to say something and your post was last, just use the "edit" button)
It sounds like you didn't install the tablet driver properly. Your tablet should have come with some software, and you need to install it on your computer for it to run properly; otherwise the computer will think it's just a mouse. If you don't have the driver, then try looking on their website for a download.
Sorry about that, still getting used to the neopound forums xP
And thanks for the help! I will definitely check that out.
Yes, it works now! Thank you so much! =3