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Wacom Graphire 4
Wacom Graphire Bluetooth
The Graphire Bluetooth Pen with Eraser makes it easy to sketch and write notes in Microsoft Office XP and Apple Inkwell. Mark up documents in Microsoft Word, annotate presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint, and even jot a note to friends and family. This pen is pressure-sensitive so you can control the amount of a software tool's effect by varying how firmly you press the pen tip to the tablet. The pen is easy to use because every point on the tablet has a matching point on the screen. When y... Read more
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User reviews and opinions
|skohn||11:16am on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010|
|I love the pen pad the size takes abit of getting used as I used the extra large size at work for several years but the medium is the perfect size for...|
|Schamess||4:34am on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010|
|These headphones excel above the average VoIP / Gaming headphones. The microphone is crystal-clear. Good deal for the price. The sound is alright, a little better than I expected.|
|manyil||11:52pm on Monday, October 18th, 2010|
|Wonderful blue tooth headphones for the price. Great sound quality, keeps sound out and very comfortable Last only about one year if used every day I have been using an Intuos 2 tablet for the ... Spring loaded tip for digital designers looking to reduce hard clicks. I have been using an Intuos 2 tablet for the past 8 years (yes they were sold in 2002). From experience.|
|krezz||5:51pm on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010|
|This tablet is fantastic! I had a Bamboo and the Intous4 blows it away! This tablet is fantastic! I had a Bamboo and the Intous4 blows it away!|
|syoebius||10:30am on Thursday, July 29th, 2010|
|This is my first Wacom. It is much nicer than my off-market tablet, and rightfully so, but I suppose I expected more luxury out of the price.|
|madrhino500||8:31am on Thursday, May 27th, 2010|
|I normally use a headphones when I want watch movies because I hate disturbing others when watching movies late night. So.|
|#kasey_39||8:22am on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010|
|This device its about....10=15% better in feel than a tablet. It will not solve your inability to make quality marks. I have worked on wacom tablets for 10+ years, worked in design for 13+, doing autonmotive and toy design.|
|LMHODNETT||4:36pm on Monday, May 24th, 2010|
|Amazing Simply put, this tablet is amazing. I went from using the Intuos2 to this tablet and I was blown away. Wacom Rocks I have had Wacom tablets for years. This product is great. The drivers are always the easiest to install. Intuos 2 pen The pen works fine. The only complaint I have is that the nib sometimes is too short. Great but... Amazon says that "This pressure-sensitive pen has the same feature set as the Cintiq Grip Pen.|
|erection23||12:44am on Sunday, May 9th, 2010|
|"Ok im only 13 but still I recomend this! "Great size. Not too big and not too small of an area to work with. I use it for touching up photographs on the computer and painting.|
|Pablo Corro||2:03am on Thursday, April 15th, 2010|
|I am a college student that is heavily into graphic and web design. This is my first pen tablet and I am positive I have made the right decision!|
|accuratax||11:19pm on Tuesday, March 30th, 2010|
|Makes fine adjustments a snap. Upgraded from years of mousework and finally see what the big deal was! Good Control","Natural Feel|
|Georg||10:27pm on Friday, March 19th, 2010|
|As posted in the weakness column they should change this stand a little so you can tilt this all the way up to 90 degrees so you can use it as a regul...|
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To disconnect the wireless tablet from a computer: You can break the connection between tablet and computer from either the tablet or from the computer to which it is linked: From the tablet, while the tablet and computer are linked, simply press the CONNECT button on the back of the tablet. A disconnect message will be sent to the computer. From the computer that the tablet is paired with, open the Bluetooth devices control panel and delete the pairing for the tablet. Notes: You can link up to seven Bluetooth devices, including multiple Graphire Bluetooth pen tablets, to a computer. The use of wireless devices is regulated in most countries. If you will be traveling with your wireless tablet, be sure to check with the appropriate regulatory authority for any restrictions that may apply to your product in the country of your destination. Products using wireless signals can interfere with the equipment on commercial aircraft, and regulations require that all wireless devices be turned off when traveling in an airplane. You can ensure the Graphire tablet wireless signal has been turned off by checking the power button (the power indicator light will be off) and ensuring that you do not press the power button during takeoff, transit, or landing. Do not use the Graphire Bluetooth pen tablet in a facility control system or any other environment that requires extremely high reliability, or where the use of a wireless device may cause interference; the wireless tablet may interfere with or cause other electronic devices to malfunction, or other wireless devices may interfere with or cause the tablet to malfunction. Where use is prohibited, power off the tablet (ensuring the wireless signal has been turned off) to prevent the possibility of it interfering with or causing other electronic devices to malfunction. Wacom does not accept any liability for direct or consequential damages. For details, please refer to your Warranty, located at the end of this manual.
Optimizing the Bluetooth connection
If your screen cursor lags behind the pen movement on the tablet or frequently jumps about, or if you see excessive straight line segments when drawing in graphics applications, then your Bluetooth connection may not be able to transmit all of the data from the tablet with the necessary speed. This may be caused by interference from other radio sources, obstructions in the radio wave path, excessive distance from the computer, or a combination of the above. Try the following actions to improve your Bluetooth connection and optimize tablet performance: Remove any metallic objects from the line of sight between Graphire Bluetooth and your Bluetooth antenna or adapter. If you are using a USB-to-Bluetooth adapter, use a USB extension cable and place the Bluetooth adapter onto your desktop or somewhere in sight of Graphire Bluetooth. Use Bluetooth support that complies with Bluetooth Specication v1.2. Some Bluetooth devices can be upgraded to comply with newer specications. Contact the manufacturer of your Bluetooth support for details. Uncheck the MAXIMUM DATA RATE checkbox in the Pen Tablet control panel. Use a Class 1 Bluetooth adapter on your computer. If you are using a computer with a built-in Bluetooth antenna, try reorienting the computer until you get a better data rate. Move the tablet closer to your computers Bluetooth antenna. Disconnect any Bluetooth audio devices, such as headsets, that may be connected to your computer. Switch off any other devices operating in the 2.4 GHz radio spectrum, such as WiFi networks, mobile telephones, etc., or move their antennas further away from your computer.
The eraser on the Graphire pen works like the eraser on a pencil. In graphics applications that support the pen eraser, you can erase intuitively and naturally. When you use the pen eraser, the application will automatically switch to the eraser tool. In applications that support pressure-sensitivity, you can select pressure-sensitive tools in an applications tool palette to vary the width and depth of your erasures as you change the amount of pressure you exert upon the pen. For Windows, you can also use the eraser in many standard ofce applications. The eraser will not be pressure sensitive in these applications, but you can use it to select and delete text or spreadsheet cells.
For more information on using your eraser, see adjusting tip feel, eraser feel, and double-click. Visit our web site for a list of graphics applications that support the eraser (see product information). If the eraser is not supported in an application, you can still use the eraser for navigating and drawing.
Eye-hand coordination exercise
If you use a mouse, you may remember how long it took to get used to positioning the screen cursor. Your Graphire pen, likewise, will take a bit of practice to master the technique of positioning the screen cursor in PEN MODE. This may seem difcult at rst, but it is more natural and faster than in MOUSE MODE. This exercise is designed to retrain your eye-hand coordination for using the pen: 1. Open any graphics application. Use the line tool to draw a rectangular grid with line spacings of about 20-25 mm (3/4 to 1 inch). You can use your traditional mouse to do this. 2. Choose a free-hand tool in your application and use the pen to draw a dot at each grid intersection. 3. Draw an X at each grid intersection. 4. Now draw a circle around each intersection. Your screen should look like this:
5. Clear your screen and make a simple drawing of your own. The more you use your pen, the easier drawing and navigation will become.
Using the cordless mouse
The Graphire cordless mouse is battery-free and works on your Graphire Bluetooth pen tablet.
The ngerwheel can be rolled, or pressed for an additional button function. Rolling. By default, the ngerwheel is set to SCROLL 3 lines per wheel notch in most windows and applications. Move the ngerwheel forward to scroll up, and back to scroll down. Wheel button. Press down on the wheel to perform a button click. The wheel button is set to MIDDLE CLICK by default.
The right button is set to RIGHT-CLICK by default, and displays a context menu when pressed.
The left button is set to CLICK by default, and is the primary button used for selecting.
Hint: For MS Ofce applications that support a wheel mouse, press the CTRL key and move the ngerwheel to zoom in and out.
CUSTOMIZING CONTENTS INDEX
Control panel overview
Use the Pen Tablet control panel to customize your Graphire pen, mouse, and tablet.
Closes the control panel.
Tabs display customizable settings for the pen, cordless mouse, Pop-up Menu or wireless tablet.
Resets the selected tab to its default settings. Displays information about the control panel and driver. Software driver version. Displays this Users Manual.
As you explore the control panel, experiment with different settings to nd what works best for you. Any changes you make will take effect immediately, but you can always click DEFAULT to return a tab to the factory settings. See control panel settings for more information on the features and functions of each tab. Tool Tips are available for most control panel items. Simply position the screen cursor over an item and let it rest there; in a few moments the Tool Tip will pop up. Additionally, your keyboard tab and arrow keys can be used to navigate the control panel.
Control panel settings
Use these sections as a reference when working with the Pen Tablet control panel; they provide detailed information about each tab. Many of the sections also contain useful customizing tips. Customizing the pen Customizing the cordless mouse Tablet tracking Working with tablet properties Customizing the Pop-up Menu
Customizing the pen
Customizing your Graphire pen is easy. First open the Pen Tablet control panel and select the PEN tab to choose from the available options.
Adjusting eraser feel
Tablet tracking Customizing the side switch
Adjusting tip feel and double-click
Adjusting tip feel, eraser feel, and double-click
To adjust the tip or eraser sensitivity of your Graphire pen, select the PEN tab. To create broad brush strokes or to click with a light touch, use a soft tip setting. For maximum control while drawing thin lines, use a rm tip setting. To erase with a broad stroke or to click with a light touch, use a soft eraser setting. For maximum control while erasing, use a rm eraser setting.
KEYSTROKES. Enables you to simulate keystrokes. Selecting this option displays the DEFINE KEYSTROKE dialog box where you can enter a keystroke or keystroke sequence to play back.
You can manually enter a keystroke or keystroke combination in the KEYS entry box. Keystroke combinations can include letters, numbers, function keys (such as F3) and modier keys (such as SHIFT, ALT, or CTRL for Windows, or SHIFT, OPTION, COMMAND, and CONTROL for Macintosh). You can also select special keystrokes or keystroke combinations from the ADD SPECIAL drop-down menu. When you make a selection it is added to the KEYS entry box. After dening a keystroke sequence, click OK. Important: Because the ENTER (Windows) and RETURN (Macintosh) keys can be selected as a dened keystroke, they cannot be used to select OK. You must use your Graphire tool to click on the OK button. If prompted, enter a name for the keystroke denition. The name will be displayed with the respective control or in the Pop-up Menu list, as applicable.
Deletes only the last entry in the keystroke entry box.
Clears the keystroke entry box.
OPEN/RUN. Opens a dialog box where you can select a specic application, le, or script to launch.
Click BROWSE. to locate an application, le, or script to launch. The selection you make appears in the APPLICATION TO RUN box. Click OK to accept the selection. The dialog box will close and the OPEN/RUN. option will be assigned as your tool button option. If your selection is for the Pop-up Menu, it will be displayed in the Pop-up Menu list. The next time you press the tool button or make a selection from the Pop-up Menu, the dened application, le, or script will launch.
MODIFIER. Enables you to assign modier key(s) (such as SHIFT, ALT, or CTRL for Windows, or SHIFT, OPTION, COMMAND, and CONTROL for Macintosh). Many applications use modier keys to constrain the size or placement of objects. Selecting this option displays the DEFINE MODIFIER dialog box where you can assign one or more modier key functions. After choosing the modier function(s), click OK.
FORCE PROPORTIONS. Check or uncheck the box to determine the tablet to screen mapping relationship. When unchecked, the correct scale or proportions are not maintained. The selected tablet area is mapped to the selected display area. Drawing a circle on the tablet may create an ellipse on the display screen. This is the default setting. When checked, the correct vertical and horizontal proportions are maintained between the tablet and display. Drawing a circle on the tablet results in a circle on the display screen. Depending on your settings, some portions of the tablet active area may no longer be usable when this option is selected.
Portion of screen area
The tracking options in the PEN MODE DETAILS dialog box allow you to dene which portion of the display screen your tablet will map to: ALL SCREENS. When selected, the entire monitor(s) area is mapped. This is the default setting. See mapping to multiple monitors for more information. MONITOR. When selected, the entire area of a single monitor that you choose is mapped. PORTION. When selected, this option allows you to select a portion of the display for tablet to screen mapping. Click SET. to open the PORTION OF SCREEN dialog box.
Choose a method for dening a portion of the display: Drag corners of the foreground graphic to select the screen area. The background graphic represents the entire screen area. Move the screen cursor to select the screen area. Select the CLICK TO DEFINE SCREEN AREA button. As you dene PORTION OF SCREEN, follow any MESSAGE prompts to set the portion of your display screen that will be used for mapping. After dening a portion of the screen, you may need to use a different input device to access other portions of the screen area.
Portion of tablet area
The tracking options in the PEN MODE DETAILS dialog box allow you to dene the tablet area that will be mapped to the screen area: FULL. When selected, the entire active area of the tablet is used for tablet to display mapping. This is the default setting. PORTION. When selected, this option allows you to select a portion of the tablet active area for tablet to screen mapping. Click SET. to open the Portion of Tablet dialog box.
Choose a method for dening a portion of the tablet: Drag corners of the foreground graphic to select the tablet area that will be mapped to your selected screen area. The background graphic represents the tablet. Use your tool on the tablet to select the tablet area. Select the CLICK TO DEFINE TABLET AREA button. As you dene PORTION OF TABLET, follow any MESSAGE prompts to set the portion of your tablet that will be used for mapping.
Setting mouse speed
To change the screen cursor acceleration and speed when in MOUSE MODE, click on the MOUSE MODE DETAILS. button (located on the PEN or MOUSE tabs) to display a dialog box where you can make your adjustments.
Testing your tools
If your tool does not work as you expect, it is a good idea to rst check the assigned functions or to reset the tool to its default condition using the Pen Tablet control panel. 1. Check the pen. Move your pen across the active area of the tablet; the screen cursor should move in the corresponding direction on your monitor or display screen. Press the pen tip against the surface of the tablet. The power indicator light should turn from blue to green. Next, without applying pressure to the pen tip, hold the pen tip within approximately 5 mm (0.20 inch) above the tablet surface and press the side switch. The power indicator light should again change from blue to green. Turn the pen over and press the eraser against the surface of the tablet; the power indicator light should change from blue to green. If not, you may have a defective pen or tablet. See technical support options. 2. Check the cordless mouse. Move the cordless mouse across the active area of the tablet; the screen cursor should move in the corresponding direction on your monitor. Test the buttons on your cordless mouse by clicking each button. The tablet power indicator light should turn green when a button is pressed. If not, you may have a defective cordless mouse or tablet. See technical support options.
If you encounter problems with your Graphire tools or tablet, refer to the following tables. Your problem may be described here, and you can try the solution offered. Be sure you refer to the Read Me le for the latest information updates. For additional information, visit Wacoms web site at http://www.wacom.com/productsupport and follow the links to the FAQs. Connection problems General problems Windows-specic problems Macintosh-specic problems
The computer does not have a Bluetooth connection. If your computer does not have built-in Bluetooth support, you will need to install a USB-to-Bluetooth adapter in order to add wireless connectivity to your computer. The adapter must support Bluetooth Specication v1.1 with Human Interface Device (HID) prole. Wacom suggests the use of adapters supporting Bluetooth Specication v1.2 for improved performance. The tablet was previously paired to a computer but could not connect to that computer. Check the following: If the tablet was previously paired to a computer and you now want to use it on a different computer, you must rst pair it with that new computer. See establishing a Bluetooth connection. If the tablet was previously working on your computer but works no longer, check the conguration of your Bluetooth connection: If you are using a USB-to-Bluetooth adapter, make sure it is plugged in and working. If you are using a computer with a built-in Bluetooth module, make sure it is enabled and working. Test your computers Bluetooth support with a Bluetooth mouse or keyboard. Open the Bluetooth control panel and make sure the tablet was not disconnected. Move the tablet closer to the antenna and make sure there are no metal or other high density obstructions in the line of sight between the tablet and Bluetooth antenna. Repeat the process of pairing your tablet to the computer. See establishing a Bluetooth connection.
The pen selects everything, will not stop drawing. The eraser selects everything or will not stop erasing. You notice a screen delay at the beginning of pen strokes. You have to press hard with the pen when clicking or drawing. The pen tip does not function.
The side switch does not work.
The screen cursor jumps back.
Cannot move the cursor where you want to on the screen, or the line you are drawing does not line up with the location of the pointer in paint applications. You suspect the tablet preferences may be corrupted, or want to make certain that all settings are at their factory defaults.
Open the Pen Tablet control panel. Verify that PEN MODE is selected. If this does not help, click on the DEFAULT button to reestablish the default tablet to screen mapping. If you are still having difculty, remove the tablet preferences (see next tip).
The computer does not go to sleep. When using the tablet the screen cursor is very erratic or jumps around.
When using the tablet, the screen cursor or pen strokes seem to lag or skip in some applications.
Delete the tablet preferences as follows: Windows: Do a Search or Find for the TABLET.DAT le and delete it. The le should be in your Windows\System32 folder. Then restart your computer. When the tablet driver loads it will create a new preferences le with the factory default settings. Macintosh: For a single user, delete the tablet preferences by rst choosing your HOME folder from the GO menu. Then open your home LIBRARY folder. Within your home LIBRARY folder, open the PREFERENCES folder and delete the COM.WACOM.TABLETPREFERENCES le. Log out, then log back in. When the tablet driver loads it will create a new preferences le with the factory defaults. For multiple users, delete all tablet preferences by rst opening the main APPLICATIONS folder. Then open the TABLET folder and run the REMOVETABLET utility. When the utility starts, click on the REMOVE ALL PREFERENCE FILES button. Log out, then log back in. When the tablet driver loads, it will create new preferences les with the factory defaults. Note: Do not manually remove the WACOM TABLET.PREFPANE le from the main LIBRARY PREFERENCEPANES folder. This le is only to be removed when uninstalling the tablet software driver, and then only when using the REMOVETABLET utility. When you are not using the pen or cordless mouse, remove them from the tablet surface or the tablet will continue to send data, keeping the computer awake. On rare occasions the tablet may receive interfering radio frequencies from a computer monitor or nearby AM radio station. If you notice interference from a monitor, try moving the tablet at least six (6) inches away from the monitor, or change the monitor refresh rate or monitor resolution. If the screen cursor lags or jumps, try optimizing the Bluetooth connection. See optimizing the Bluetooth connection for tips on improving the Bluetooth connection.
Technical support options
If you have a problem with your Wacom tablet, rst check the tablet installation guide to be sure the unit is installed correctly. Then review the troubleshooting procedures within this manual; your problem may be described there and you can try the solution(s) offered. If you cannot nd the answer in this manual, you may nd updated information about your problem in the Read Me le for your platform (located on the Wacom Pen Tablet Driver CD). You can also check the product FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) on the Wacom web site for your region. If you cannot solve the problem and you think your Wacom tablet is not working properly, contact the Wacom support staff for the area where your product was purchased. See the Wacom tablet Read Me le, located on the Wacom Pen Tablet Driver CD, for contact information. If you have an Internet connection you can download the latest software drivers from the Wacom web site for your region. See obtaining driver downloads for your region. When you call, you should be at your computer with the following information available: This manual. Tablet serial and model number. (Look on the bottom of the tablet.) Driver version number. (See the Wacom Pen Tablet Driver CD or the Pen Tablet control panel.) The make and model of your computer, and operating system version number. A list of peripheral devices attached to your computer. The software application and version you were using when the problem occurred. The exact wording of any error message that appeared on your screen. What happened and what you were doing when the problem occurred. How you tried to solve the problem.
Obtaining driver downloads
Wacom periodically updates the tablet software driver to maintain compatibility with new products, and recommends that you regularly update the driver for best functionality. A new Wacom tablet software driver (when available) can be downloaded from the Internet. USA, Canada, Central and South America
Worldwide Web: Anonymous FTP Site: http://www.wacom.com/productsupport ftp://ftp.wacom.com/pub/drivers Software updates. Software updates.
Europe, Middle East and Africa
Worldwide Web: Anonymous FTP Site: http://www.wacom-europe.com ftp://ftp.wacom-europe.com/pub/ Software updates. Software updates.
Worldwide Web: http://tablet.wacom.co.jp Software updates. (Japanese)
Asia Pacic (English)
Worldwide Web: http://www.wacom.com/ap Software updates. (English)
Worldwide Web: http://www.wacom.com.cn Software updates. (Simplied Chinese)
Warranty Service in the U.S.A. and Canada
To obtain Warranty service within the U.S. or Canada contact: Wacom Technical Support Phone: 1.360.896.9833 Fax: 1.360.896.9724 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Warranty on Sales Outside of the U.S.A. and Canada
For products purchased or used outside of the United States and Canada, upon discovery of a defect in the product, except in the Software, within the Warranty Period you should contact your local dealer or distributor. In all other respects the terms of the warranty as set forth above apply to such sales. Should you have any questions about this Agreement, or if you desire to contact Wacom for any reason, please contact in writing:
In North and South America contact:
Wacom Technology Corporation 1311 S.E. Cardinal Court Vancouver, Washington 98683 U.S.A.
In Japan contact:
WACOM Co., Ltd. 2-510-1 Toyonodai Otone-Machi, Kitasaitama-Gun Saitama, 349-11 Japan
In Asia Pacic contact:
WACOM Co., Ltd. Harmony Tower 18F, 1-32-2 Hon-Cho, Nakano-Ku, Tokyo 164-0012 Japan
In Mainland China (Except Hong Kong) contact:
WACOM China Corporation Room 611 CNT MANHATTAN BUILDING No. 6, Chaoyangmen Bei Road. Beijing, China 100027 E-mail: email@example.com
License and Warranty
(Europe, Africa and Middle East)
Software License Agreement
Important Notice to Customers This product contains copyrighted computer programs (software) which are the inalienable intellectual property of WACOM Europe GmbH (WACOM). This software is both integrated within the product and also contained on the accompanying data carrier. The purchase of this product from your dealer does not include WACOM's software and the associated rights of usage. WACOM grants you, the user, the right to use the software solely in accordance with the conditions of this software license agreement. By purchasing this product you agree to the terms of this license.
Entitlement to Use the Software
WACOM grants the customer a personal, non-exclusive license to use the software solely in combination with this product and for the proper operation of this product. This license may be transferred only in connection with this product. The use of this software includes solely the permanent or temporary, complete or partial copying of the software by means of loading, displaying, executing, transmitting or saving for the purpose of executing the commands and data it contains or of observing, examining or testing the functions of the software. The customer may not license, lease or loan the software to a third party, nor allow a third party to access the software in any other way. The customer may not without prior written authorization from WACOM copy, modify, transmit or edit the software, apart from the actions of copying necessary to create a backup copy and for the purposes outlined in section 2 above. The customer may not decompile the software; if the software contains interfaces to software which is not supplied by WACOM, WACOM shall make the necessary information available to the customer upon request, provided that the customer can prove his/her entitle-ment to use the software and that he/she agrees to pay the copying and postage costs.
WACOM warrants to you as the original end-user that the product hardware is free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of TWO (2) YEARS after the date of purchase, provided that they are unused at the time of such purchase. WACOM further warrants to you the accompany-ing diskettes against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of SIX (6) MONTHS after the date of purchase. The Software is licensed and distributed AS IS. WACOM makes no warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to its quality, performance, merchantability and tness for a particular purpose (including related manuals and documentation). WACOM cannot guarantee you uninterrupted service or the correction of any errors. Upon discovery of a defect in the product, except in the Software, within the applicable Warranty Period, you should return them in the original packaging to the place of your original purchase, together with your name, address, telephone number, a description of the problem and a copy of the original invoice. You are responsible for any loss or damage to the product resulting from such transportation. WACOM's sole obligation and entire liability under this warranty shall be, at WACOM's option, either the repair or the replacement of product or parts thereof that prove defective and that were returned within the applicable Warranty Period.
WACOM shall have no responsibility to repair or replace the product if (a), in the opinion of WACOM, the failure of the product has resulted from accident, abuse, misuse, negligence, misapplication, or unauthorized modication or repair, or (b) the product has been handled or stored other than in accordance with WACOM's storage instructions, or (c) the failure is due to normal wear and tear, or (d) you fail to fulll your obligations as described above. In case that any claim presented under warranty is found upon investigation to be either outside the duration or the scope of this warranty, or in case that the product is found to be not defective, then the cost of such investigation and repair shall be borne by you. Any descriptions, drawings, specications, samples, models, bulletins, or similar material, used in connection with the sale of the product, shall not be construed as an express warranty that the product will conform or comply with your requirements. Should any provision of this agreement be declared invalid, that provision shall be treated as separate from the agreement, and the agreement shall remain in force without limitation in all other respects. If this product is found to be defective, the purchaser may be entitled to institute legal proceedings against the seller on grounds of liability for deciency. The statutory rights indicated with regard to the seller are not limited in any way by this warranty. Rather, this warranty affords the purchaser rights in addition to those indicated in the present text. This limited warranty shall apply if the seller's corporate domicile is in the European Union or in Iceland, Norway, Jersey, Switzerland, Russia, the Ukraine, Rumania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia, Tunisia, Turkey, Syria, the Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Iran or South Africa. This Limited Warranty and Liability is governed by the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany. Should you have any questions about this Agreement, or if you desire to contact WACOM for any reason, please contact in writing: WACOM Europe GmbH Europark Fichtenhain AKrefeld GERMANY
Active area. The drawing area of the tablet where your Graphire tools are detected. Aspect. The ratio between the vertical and horizontal dimension of the tablet or display. Bluetooth. A standardized wireless technology and Specication. Manufacturers build this into their products in order to create Bluetooth devices, enabling seamless voice and data connections between a variety of wireless devices operating at short range to one another. Click force. The amount of force you must apply to the tip of your pen for a click to occur. Discoverable mode. An operational state in which a Bluetooth device is available for discovery by another Bluetooth device. Double-click distance. The maximum distance (in screen pixels) that the cursor can move between clicks and still be accepted as a double-click. Increasing the double-click distance makes double-clicking easier, but may cause a delay in brush strokes in some graphics applications. Eraser-aware application. A software application that has built-in support for the Graphire eraser. These applications take advantage of the eraser in different ways, depending on what makes sense for the application. ExpressKeys. The customizable control keys located on your wireless tablet. Fingerwheel. The control wheel on the cordless mouse. Mapping. The relationship between your Graphire tool position on the tablet and the cursor position on the monitor screen. Modier. Modier keys include SHIFT, ALT, and CTRL for Windows, or SHIFT, CONTROL, COMMAND, and OPTION for Macintosh. You can customize your Graphire tool to simulate a modier key. Mouse acceleration. A setting that allows you to adjust the screen cursor acceleration when your Graphire tool in mouse mode. Mouse mode. A method for positioning the screen cursor. When you place a Graphire tool on the tablet, you can move the screen cursor with a pick up and slide motion similar to using a traditional mouse. This is known as relative positioning, and is the default setting for the cordless mouse. See also pen mode. Mouse speed. A setting that allows you to adjust the speed at which your screen cursor moves when your Graphire tool is in mouse mode. Nib. The replaceable pen tip. Pairing. A method of creating a virtual cable link between two Bluetooth devices.
GLOSSARY CONTENTS INDEX
Pen mode. A method of positioning the screen cursor. Wherever you place your Graphire tool on the tablet, the screen cursor will jump to the same corresponding point on the screen. This is known as absolute positioning, and is the default setting for the Graphire pen. Also, PEN MODE allows you to quickly position the screen cursor without having to rst nd it and then move it across the desktop. See also mouse mode. Pixel. The smallest unit of measure on your monitor screen. Pop-up Menu. A window that displays a list of keystroke functions and other actions you can perform. You can customize the buttons of your Graphire tools to display this menu. Pressure sensitive. A quality of the Graphire pen tip and eraser that senses the amount of pressure being applied. This is used to create natural-looking pen, brush, and eraser strokes in applications that are pressure-sensitive. Pressure-sensitive application. Any application that supports pressure-sensitive input. Proximity. The height above the tablet active area where the Graphire tools are detected. Refer also to the pointing section. Screen cursor. The pointer on the display screen. Screen cursors come in different shapes (such as an I-beam, arrow, or box), depending on which application you are running. Transceiver. A radio device capable of both transmitting and receiving information. USB. Universal Serial Bus. A hardware interface standard for connecting computer peripheral devices. USB ports support hot-plugging, which allows you to connect or disconnect a USB device without turning off your computer. Wintab. An interface standard used by Windows applications for receiving tablet information. Graphire supports all Wintab-compatible applications under Windows.
About the manual Accessories and parts, ordering Battery charging installing replacing Battery life, information Bluetooth connection, optimizing Button functions Care, for tablet and tools CE declaration Click sound Clicking, with pen Connection establishing problems, troubleshooting Control panel opening overview settings Cordless mouse buttons, customizing customizing ngerwheel, customizing using Customizing cordless mouse buttons ngerwheel double-click eraser feel mouse acceleration speed pen side switch tip feel Double-click, customizing Double-clicking, how to Dragging, with pen Drawing with pressure 21 Driver downloads, obtaining Environmental conditions Eraser feel, customizing Erasing, with pen ExpressKeys, using Eye-hand coordination exercise FCC notice Features input tools tablet Functions, button General problems, troubleshooting Graphire, working with Holding the pen Information, product Installing tablet Interference, radio and television Linking, to computer Macintosh-specic problems, troubleshooting Manual, about Mapping, to multiple monitors Mouse Mode, settings Mouse Speed, setting Nib, replacing Ordering parts and accessories Overview, control panel Parts and accessories, ordering Pen clicking with customizing double-clicking with dragging with drawing with pressure erasing with holding pointing replacing the tip using using side switch Pointing, with pen Power indicator light 12
The Graphire Bluetooth Pen with Eraser makes it easy to sketch and write notes in Microsoft Office XP and Apple Inkwell. Mark up documents in Microsoft Word, annotate presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint, and even jot a note to friends and family. This pen is pressure-sensitive so you can control the amount of a software tool's effect by varying how firmly you press the pen tip to the tablet. The pen is easy to use because every point on the tablet has a matching point on the screen. When you move your pen over the tablet the cursor moves in precisely the same way on the screen. Where you touch your pen tip to the tablet is where you click.
|Movement Detection Technology||Electromagnetic|
|Features||Eraser, pressure sensitivity|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Numbers||EP130BT, EP130EBT|
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