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- i am using photoshop cc 2017
- i am using a XP-Pen star 03
- Here is a video of this happening:
- My PC specs are:
Windows 10 Home 64-bit
Bristol Ridge 28nm Technology
11.0GB Single-Channel Unknown @ 931MHz (13-13-13-30)
LENOVO Toronto 5B1 (Socket FP4)
Generic PnP Monitor (1920x1080@60Hz)
DP2VGA V207 (1024x768@60Hz)
512MB ATI AMD Radeon R5 Graphics (Lenovo)
2048MB ATI AMD Radeon R6 M435DX (Lenovo)
931GB Western Digital WDC WD10JPCX-24UE4T0 (SATA)
Does the XP-Pen star 03 come with any customizing or calibrating software.
Same result with a mouse?
It came with the drivers and the basic set-up stuff but i don't think it came with any calibration software.
No, with the mouse it's normal.
Its only the brush and eraser that it does this with.
This started when i fixed my pen pressure by using the system stylus.
- i am using a XP-Pen star 03
I had a feeling you were going to say something like that.
When you say this started after you started 'using system stylus', do you mean you added the text file from this help page?
Can you describe _all_ the steps you took to achieve this? I'm thinking this is where your issue lies.
So my pen pressure wasn't working so i created the file called PSUserConfig.txt and put UseSystemStylus 0 in that document.
It fixed the pen pressure but created the problem im having now.
If i turn of this setting it stops the pen pressure from working but fixes the cursor problem.
Yes, I did get it from that site.
Joseph, I have had a good look round on this, and it appears to be fairly common with some tablets, and due to the tablet driver. I imagine you have made sure that you are using the most up to date driver for your tablet? Posts I read often associated the issue with using more than screen, and with very high dpi screens. Would that fit your situation?
Lazy Nuzumi Pro has a cursor offset fix mode. LNP is a must have for tablet users anyway, so worth trying. The trial period will allow you to see if it fixes your problem.
You could also try installing a pre-CC2014 Photoshop from the Application Manager > Previous Versions. That was when the API was changed.
What sort of screen calibration system does your tablet use? Can you toggle between single, full, and high precision modes for instance? Can you 'trick' the tablet into correcting the offset by cheating with the calibration?
I wish you luck, but the unhappy truth is that we don't always get a good result with non Wacom tablet issues on this forum.
Thank you for the tips.
I found that my DPI settings where too high.
I changed it from 125% to 100% and now both pen pressure and the offset are both working properly together.
For anyone having the same problem, i fixed this on Windows 10 by:
- Right-clicking on the desktop and selecting display.
- Then, under Scale and layout, find where it says "change the size of text, apps and other items"
- click on the drop down box below and select 100% (or a lower percentage to what it's default is)
- This should fix the problem, if not then look at Trevor.Dennis 's reply.