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Just received the Wacom Intuos2 A4 oversize table

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Old 04-27-2004, 05:18 AM
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Question Just received the Wacom Intuos2 A4 oversize table

Hi all

Just received the Wacom Intuos2 A4 oversize table yesterday. While I like it's appearance and the feel (the mouse immediately felt inefficient) I must say that the A4 oversize is probably REALLY oversized. It's just so extremely huge. Working with it is just like a work-out... you're moving your hand like a boxer :-)

I'm using a dualscreen (22" and 19") setup and still I think I should have gone with the normal A4 one. That's just for a pointer if anybody is considering the same.

Now to the questions... are there any pages on the net that point out how to work efficiently with the Wacom and Photoshop? My original goal to get the tablet was to make the retouching quicker.

Thanks for any pointers
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Old 04-27-2004, 02:19 PM
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It took a little getting used to at first, but now I love the sensitivity and the feel of the Wacom!!! Good luck with the oversized, I used to have one at work, and we opted for the smaller tablets after many hours of sore arms. Wish I could help you with a website, but all I ever did was play with the settings of the tablet, and go from there! Good luck!
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Old 04-27-2004, 05:26 PM
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Have a search through these...


http://ap.wacom.co.jp/technical/technical_index.html

http://www.iril.no/gts_links.htm

http://www.wacom-europe.com/uk/use-i...ques/index.asp
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