Thanks Meter 740
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Enschede, The Netherlands
Originally Posted by insanehadi
How can I do that?
Carefully pop off the button with a small screwdriver (do this in a room where you can't lose it, it JUMPS. Also take care not to break it. You can wedge it under the button in the center.). Then use the screwdriver to make small(it's sensitive) adjustments to the potentiometer (dial) closest to the tip. This sets the sensitivity of the pen.
You can test it without reattaching the button.
It sounds a bit odd, but this is a normal process for a Wacon pen.
Also, giving a good whack on the edge of a table with the side of the pen sometimes helps.
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