It’s not just jerky, it’s chaotic, e. Surely it would be trivial to trigger a system event within the application from a known, common type of input, without actually requiring that system event’s default keyboard shortcut’s keydown event to happen in the operating system at large? I thought there was only one Bamboo—the “lowest-end one” was just to clarify what the Bamboo is. This content has been marked as final. With it disabled, it stops working all of a sudden and the hand tool shows but doesn’t respond to touches. Once in the “Pen” tab, on whatever button you choose I chose the bottom button , select the “Keystroke” option from the drop-down menu. Ich schreibe grade von meinem Handy aus D:
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Once in the “Pen” tab, on whatever button you choose I chose the bottom buttonselect the “Keystroke” option from the drop-down menu.
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This content has been marked as final. Hope it works for you guys! Any idea how I would disable flicks on a mac? It doesn’t work in InDesign anywhere, though. Wacom Tablett – Bamboo oder Intuos? Wacom mte 450a, anything more than a few pixels of movement in anything other than a perfect horizontal or vertical line results 450s a long queue wacom mte 450a jerky jumps lasting multiple seconds, usually going much further than desired.
I have yet to found a solution – I’m trying different combinations in the Wacom application to send the app different commands, but nothing works well wacom mte 450a far.
Photoshop is the same way about the spacebar—neither it nor the pen work in an active text field.
It looks like, under the hood, InDesign is hackily re-hashing its default behaviour from input using a stepped mouse wheel I’m not sure wacom mte 450a the correct term is, but you know the type – mouse wheels where the wheel isn’t smooth and moves in one axis at a time in stepped jumps of about 20 degrees. I thought there was only one Bamboo—the “lowest-end one” was just to clarify what the Bamboo is. In your Wacom Tablet settings choose ‘InDesign’ as the application specific settings, then navigate to the “Pen” tab.
In contrast, in InDesign, you get the normal operating wacom mte 450a behaviour like in non-Adobe applications – smooth scrolling within the dialog wacom mte 450a.
Do other people use a Wacom tablet with InDesign under OS X who can report whether the pen’s grabber hand scrolling function works for them? Surely it would be trivial to trigger a system event within the application from wacom mte 450a known, common type of input, without actually requiring that system wacom mte 450a default keyboard shortcut’s keydown event to happen in the operating system at large?
If it does sound like an issue with this tablet model, I may try getting another and returning it if I have the same issues. InDesign does not always use the spacebar as a shortcut for scrolling – when you are in an active text frame, for example and for reasons I am sure are obvious the ALT key has that functionality.
The Wacom preferences suggest that it should work with “applications that pan with a grabber hand”, so Wacom mte 450a not sure why it has this issue. I couldn’t use hand tool to move image when zoomed in. Please type your message and try again. So no Flicks activated. This really has a lot more to do with Wacom than it does InDesign, as tablets can usually but not always be configured differently with different applications.
You can see this by at least two unexpected, unintended, undesirable behaviours:. I have no idea how the two are related – but it works for me. Hello, I am using a mac, with wacom mte 450a same problem.
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I would like to resolve the issue, but I don’t see the Flicks option. In InDesign, it still does wacom mte 450a same jerky scroll it does when scrolling with the touchpad. This gets it working with InDesign, though it wacom mte 450a I can’t use it to scroll outside of Adobe products. Unfortunately on many systems ther just ins’t enough graphic horsepower to make it work, and the result is very jerky movement on screen when trying to do things like move an object.
The inconsistency is definitely between the Adobe applications, not the fault of the Wacom driver as people seem to be trying to imply.
It didn’t actually solve the InDesign issue, though. How would I access this section so I can enable this? The “jumpy” scrolling is what happens when wacom mte 450a drag two fingers on the touchpad in OS X, which causes InDesign seems to scroll in little jumps on one axis at a time waxom of smoothly tracking 450q cursor.
You get the same effect as pressing space bar – a white preview wacom mte 450a appears, and doesn’t disappear until you press the pen button again.
Tony, thanks for the advice! I use a Wacom Bamboo tablet the lowest-end one as a mouse, and can’t get the ‘grabber hand’ scrolling to wacom mte 450a with it. The behaviour is the same regardless of that setting.
Wacom mte 450a on Flicks worked! I’m an experienced Photoshop user completely new to InDesign. I took your advice and went through the Wacom options again. Wacom mte 450a not just jerky, it’s chaotic, e. Jemand eine Idee wie ich den Fehler beheben kann?
You can not 450 a blank message. Then in the keystroke settings, enter the letter ‘ h ‘, which is basically a shortcut for the ‘hand tool’ in InDesign.