Customizing your Wacom tablet: part 1


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Customizing your Wacom tablet: part 1

Now that we have seen three tablets that Wacom offers, let's take a look at how you customize the tablets to your preference. So let's call-up the Control Panel here. We'll go kind of by age. We'll start with Intuos3, then I'll go to the Intuos4 and then finally we'll go to the Cintiq. The Intuos3 is probably the one that's in the most usage right now because it's been around for a while and I set my, what we call ExpressKeys, so that they do a variety of things. I can show and hide palettes with the button, set the image to the actual pixel size so I'm seeing it at 100%.

I can fit an image into the screen. I can also toggle the screen mode. These are all things that you can basically do from the keyboard but once you map them to the Wacom, it gets into this navigation time I talked about. Rather than moving around in the interface on the screen, it gets to moving around on the interface on the keyboard and by mapping some of these to the control surface ...

Customizing your Wacom tablet: part 1
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Customizing your Wacom tablet: part 1 provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Painter 11 Essential Training

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