10-07-2018 06:36 AM - last edited on 10-13-2018 04:10 PM by topmahof
I have notice a weird behavior when using Bamboo Ink stylus with my Lenovo Yoga 730. When I press top button on the pen, my keyboard starts acting as if I am holding start button pushed down, so that means that if I push D it shows the desktop, if I push R it turns on the run console etc. My laptop S/N: xxxxxxxx
Mod edit: Removed Serial Number to prevent abuse.
10-07-2018 02:36 PM
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10-08-2018 03:55 AM
10-08-2018 04:44 AM - edited 10-08-2018 04:49 AM
you stated the ActivePen2 works fine for you with the yoga730 so maybe you can answer me the question, does the wacom/lenovo pen app allow you to assign the Right/MiddleMousebutton to the upperBarrelButton ?
For me the apps are missing those entries.
I had a BambooInk, too. But with neither of the pens the apps were showing the entries to assign those mousebuttons. And i could not get any help on that question from wacom.
Thanks in advance.
ps: if you rather use the bambooInk because it has a better grip than the activePen2, i have put the rubberGrip of an old wacomIntuosPen on my activePen2 which makes it for me a lot better to grip than the bambooInk (rubberGrip did not fit the bambooInk)