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  • #11713

    Julie Sumwalt
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    Does anyone out there use a drawing tablet to make tactile graphics?

    #22598

    betty.marshall
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    Our office used the Wacom Tablet for a while. You have to be sure and get a fairly large one. I personally found (since I use the right-click of the mouse for so many things) that it was more difficult to use the right-click on the pen (or stylus) on a tablet. None of our staff ever got used to them, so we disposed of all of them. Perhaps others have been more successful.

    Betty
    edited by betty.marshall on 12/17/2014

    #22599

    betty.marshall
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    Interesting. I’m borrowing a tablet and so far it seems to require far more artistic ability and a steadier hand than I could ever hope to have, but wondered if that was just a matter of getting used to it. Thanks for responding; I hope others do, too. I’m curious.

    #22600

    Julie Sumwalt
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    Julie, if you slow down the speed of the mouse (or in this case the “pen”) you will be much more successful. I know that this is also true when you use a Bamboo tablet with Apple computer.
    Good luck!
    Betty

    #22601

    Julie Sumwalt
    Moderator

    Ah! Good tip. Thanks, I’ll try that.

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