Wacom Tip of the Week
Last week I did quick tip with the new Intuos 4 from Wacom
and it seemed to be well appreciated by everyone so I thought I would perhaps try to get a Wacom related tip in every week. So this week I am talking to all of you who use a tablet with a dual monitor display. When you have a tablet set up on a dual display, by default it maps the area of both screens to the tablet. Meaning one half of the tablet controls one monitor and the other half controls the other. That’s fine if you like to work that way, but what if you want the entire tablet to be mapped to entirely one monitor. Simply go into the Wacom driver into the Functions section choose an Express key to modify. Click on the menu and choose Display Toggle. (You will only see this if you have two monitors connected.) That’s it! Now you simply press the express key to jump back and forth between the monitors while using the full area of the screen to the full area of the tablet. You can also set this up on one of the buttons on the pen itself. I personally use it this way because it puts the display toggle right at my fingertip.