Re: [nbos] [FM] graphics tablets?
"Mike Oliver"
Sun Nov 11th, 2007
Lucky you - my budget won't even run to your older model :-)



-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Del Rio
Sent: 11 November 2007 15:37
Subject: Re: [nbos] [FM] graphics tablets?

On Thu, Nov 01, 2007 at 05:48:00PM -0700, ~~Richard K~~ wrote:
> I use an olderWacom ET Graphire, but I do notice a deviation from the
> Tablet properties when using FM8.
> I have mine set to repond to the full resolution area of my LCD,
> with FM on full screened, it responds as if the tablet is in a
> mode (meaning I lift the pen and continue the response of the cursor
> another portion of my tablet, where its property mode is suppoded to
> (tablet area = screen)) Why it deviates from my default, who knows, I
> have to see if there is something I need to set up to work in the
> However, besides this, the tablet is a great tool for mapping in FM. I

> actuallt finished my tracing of Southeast Asia, now working on the
rest of
> the map, it will look like my EVROPA map when I'm done.(And I'll
upload it
> once the basics are completed)
> When tracing from a background image, I find the Fractal Polygon set
at 4
> or 5 works really well at making an approximate landmass tracing.

Based on feedback from various people, I've decided to give it a shot.

I ordered a Wacom medium-sized Bamboo Fun with the mouse and pen.
- Wacom, because it seems pretty much universally agreeed that
they're the best.
- Bamboo Fun, because it's a couple hundred dollars cheaper than
their "professional quality" tablets in the same size range.
- Medium, because a couple of people on other forums commented
that they have trouble drawing effectively at 4x5. In fact, a
couple commented that you should get a pad that has the same
aspect ratio as your screen, but only the much more expensive
tablets come in 16x9, so I had to forgo that option.

I'll let you know how it goes.

"I know I promised, Lord, never again. But I also know
that YOU know what a weak-willed person I am."
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