Thanks for the help, but it didn't work. I'm beginning to think its a problem with the tablet itself.
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Here's one thing you can try that I found on the Adobe Prerelease site for Animate:
You could also try to disable to Microsoft Ink driver as I've heard that can help as well because it fights with the nTrig driver. Unfortunately even that doesn't seem to do much. I've had a few Surface computers and they simply don't work well with Animate primarily because of the graphics drivers which are nTrig and not Wacom and all drawing tools in the Adobe suite were built to Wacom specs or so I've read. I have heard there are some fixes on Microsoft's end as well as Adobe's end in the works but it's unfortunately not there yet.
The only thing I can suggest is to draw slower. Yeah I know it's a lame suggestion but that's how it is for now.
In the meantime, The product team is looking to fix issues related to this one. If you are not on the latest version of Animate CC, i suggest using Feature Request/Bug Report Form to send your observations to the team.