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28th February 2012, 02:15 AM |#331  
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does anyone know if this app works with Galaxy Note? I know there's a version for Note users but can you really see a significant difference??

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28th February 2012, 02:24 AM |#332  
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does anyone know if this app works with Galaxy Note? I know there's a version for Note users but can you really see a significant difference??

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Why don't you just install the free version and see if it does you any good? That's the purpose of trial/testing/demo applications, to see if it works well before you purchase ...

You can find the Note one on the market: https://market.android.com/details?i...RzdC5uNzAwMCJd
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28th February 2012, 01:18 PM |#333  
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Has somebody solved this strange issue of lines being wavy? They are extremely wavy for me in Quill app, sort of wavy in Antipaper notes. And also wavy in supernote. The only way to draw a straight line is to draw it really fast in supernote. But if I need a short straight line?

So, gyus. Any solution/solve?

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28th February 2012, 04:10 PM |#334  
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Has somebody solved this strange issue of lines being wavy? They are extremely wavy for me in Quill app, sort of wavy in Antipaper notes. And also wavy in supernote. The only way to draw a straight line is to draw it really fast in supernote. But if I need a short straight line?

So, gyus. Any solution/solve?

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28th February 2012, 05:51 PM |#335  
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Maybe somebody without this "wavy lines" problem will post their settings?

My current settings are:

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Minimum movement amount: 0
Disable movement filtering: ticked
Touch sensitivity: 48 (default)
Palm detection: 50 (default)
Filter off value: 90

And also I have this setting in build.prop:

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windowsmgr.max_events_per_sec=300

And I have wavy line problem.
28th February 2012, 07:37 PM |#336  
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Maybe somebody without this "wavy lines" problem will post their settings?

My current settings are:



And also I have this setting in build.prop:



And I have wavy line problem.

I have basically the same settings (only difference is I have Touch Sensitivity at 38) and while I do see wavy lines, I have to move quite slow to get them. When using the tab normally, I don't have any problems with wavy lines (even when taking notes with Supernote).

PS: Also changed my settings to be exactly like yours, same thing as before - might be a hardware limitation and depends on how good the screen on you tab is?
28th February 2012, 07:45 PM |#337  
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I'm afraid this 'wavy lines' problem is due to the crappy digitizers used or something in the OS.

If you put 2 fingers on the test area of TouchScreenTune about 3-4 cm apart and start to move them one toward the other, eventually at about 1cm both circles snap in 1. This shows that the actual resolution of the digitizer is about 1cm and the rest is done with interpolation and this interpolation does the waves.

At least this is my theory

Also, the original samsung stylus is much thicker then the one I have - obv for a reason, the problem is much more pronounced with small contact areas.

The other interesting thing is that, judging by youtube videos, there is no such problem on the iPad. People with iPads draw happily oblivious of the way their digitizers work...

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28th February 2012, 07:57 PM |#338  
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Yes, it is likely the resolution of digitizer. The touch screen has a movement filtering setting for a reason. When you reduce the movement filtering (by checking disable in this app) then you will get wavy lines.
29th February 2012, 06:52 AM |#339  
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no noticeable difference and no mention of the fact that you have to pay for it if you want it to stay forever until you install it, thumbs down
1st March 2012, 02:27 PM |#341  
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no noticeable difference and no mention of the fact that you have to pay for it if you want it to stay forever until you install it, thumbs down

So... You can't read? From the OP:

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application is free but it will not restore settings on screen lock/unlock. To make it fully functional you need registration key, which I can provide for a small donation, details in the app itself. (If you already donated for previous version, send me an email, I'll send registration key for free)

So probably your issues of "no noticeable difference" arise for the same lack of ability to read. There's no helping people who refuse to read the instructions, or the thread which clearly describes how to use the app...
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