05-31-2012 07:51 AM
To the Lenovo debugging team troubleshooting a potential issue with Sketchbook: make sure to enable the pressure sensitive option under "Help" then "Prefs"
If you read previous posts you'd noticed that users reporting loss of pressure in SBP have enabled this feature...
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My guess is that it's an issue with Lenovo using its own code on top of Honeycomb to get the stylus (specifically pressure) functionality to work, versus Google including that functionality as part of ICS itself.
Depending on which one Sketchbook is trying to access, and which one the Thinkpad uses once ICS is installed, it may simply be that one isn't talking to the other properly.
Can someone from Lenovo comment on whether the Thinkpad continues to use the proprietary stylus/digitizer functionality when ICS is installed, or does it switch to using the functionality built into ICS?
Another piece of the puzzle is whether or not the N-Trig hardware works properly with the built-into-ICS functionality or if it needs the solution Lenovo provided for Honeycomb.
I guess there are four things that need to be on the same page for it to work: Lenovo's custom stylus/digitizer functionality (or lack thereof), ICS's built-in stylus/digitizer functionality, the N-Trig hardware, and SketchbookPro.
We need to know who's using what, and what's accessing what, etc. =P
06-28-2012 09:11 AM - edited 06-28-2012 09:12 AM
I have a US build and after OTA3, I have pressure on Quill, Papyrus, and PARTLY on SBP
On SBP, I have pressure on the pencils, markers and air brushes, but none on the regular brushes either in soft or hard mode. The soft eraser in low opacity has not pressure sensitivity either. Can anyone confirm whether these are supposed to have pressure and just not working properly on mines.