Leave "Fabrice mode" off
lemec wrote:Tantalus >> if you right-click on either the ring or on the spaces adjacent to the saturation/value square it will toggle autosampling for hue/saturation/value.
gurkoz wrote:I'd just like to ask/request if there is a way to use "hotkeys" to change the active monitor? i'd really like to map the expresskeys to change to a predefined monitor. Or maybe just a hotkey on the keyboard?. A "swap monitor" key or even better just ctrl+1 for monitor 1 and ctrl+2 for monitor 2. Is this possible in any way?
Also, when moving the mouse out of monitor 1 to monitor 2, the mouse ends up in the wrong place i feel. (using fabrice mode). It ends up in the left side of monitor 2, when i really would like it to be in the right side because thats where the mousepointer logically would emerge moving from one monitor to the next. So instead of just changing active monitor, you could add something that will place the mousepointer in the opposite side of the screen. (hope you understand what im getting at).
lemec wrote:it seems that Wacom has finally caved in and released a new XP driver to allow you to use a stylus button to toggle the monitor mapping.
wacom wrote:- Cintiq display toggle via pen buttons or ExpressKeys (toggles mapping between display tablet and Desktop or individual monitors)
lemec wrote:It matters not whether or not your monitors are flipped when swapping monitors because the tablet itself uses absolute-coordinate mapping. If your stylus sits in the centre of the screen, then the cursor goes to the center. If you stylus is on the right side, the cursor goes to the right as well. This is just the nature of absolute-coordinate mapping and if I were to go against that, chaos would ensue...
take a rest, man, tomorrow is an other month!...lemec wrote:gurkoz >> ... I have stayed up all night to bring you a nice, pretty hotkey-editing window. You can now assign a hotkey to toggle monitors, a hotkey to switch to the right monitor, another one to switch to the left monitor. Umm... There's a bit of a bug where the hotkey seemingly won't work unless the stylus is in range of the monitor. I have to add functionality to automatically teleport the cursor to the other monitor but I'm exhausted at the moment...
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