Utilizing the hardware keys


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Utilizing the hardware keys

Being a sophisticated piece of hardware, the Cintiq has a few functions that can be quickly accessed via a trio of physical buttons located in the upper right hand surface of the display. Unlike the ExpressKeys, which can be reprogrammed to fit your individual work flow, hardware keys address specific functions that you want to have on hand at all times. They cannot be reprogrammed. Let's take a look at these buttons and see what they do. The info button calls up an onscreen schematic displaying the current layout of your ExpressKeys, click wheels, and pen functions.

You can even change the functionality of an ExpressKey or other button from this info schematic, as long as touch is enabled. The second button is an onscreen keyboard that can be used when you don't have a keyboard handy. The third button toggles touch on and off. This dedicated button makes it so you don't have to go into your Wacom preferences every time you want to disable or enable touch. By providing convenien...

Utilizing the hardware keys
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Utilizing the hardware keys provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by John Derry as part of the Wacom Essential Training

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