12-30-2013 03:09 PM - edited 12-30-2013 03:20 PM
Hello friends, I need help to decide if my new TY is OK or I better send it back
The stylus should move the mouse when hovering, and click/write when touching the screen. The problem is, that the stylus sometimes clicking/writing when only hovering. Since it was annoing that sometimes my hovers got into the paint, I sent it to my retailer to have a look.The retailer say that the problem gone when turning the stylus sensitivity to low, that is, he wants to change the manufacturer's default setting. Is this a proper solution? I believed that it shouldn't happen out of the box, and that I don't have to lower anything. I can still send it back and get a new Thinkpad Yoga if it isn't a normal behavior..
BTW: I tried to update the pen firmware and the BIOS but it didn't help.
Thanks a lot for helping
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12-30-2013 04:38 PM
12-31-2013 02:51 AM - edited 12-31-2013 03:04 AM
Thanks Swwis for your answering!
The retailer say that some of the Wacom pens just gets over sensitive. I see that they don't easily agree to replace my unit, and they insist to lower the default sensitivity unless I have a good reason why not ..
I don't know if it *solves* the problem or just making it rarer.
The stylus has pressure levels; may reducing the sensitivity reduce the pressure levels dynamics? May it harm the experience with the pen or the performance of the pen for art/write?
02-19-2014 02:30 PM
They replaced (only) the stylus and the new stylus worked great!
I say 'worked' because the right botton on the trackpad also didn't work and now I'm waiting for a replacement from Lenovo..