Wacom Intuos 2 Manual
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This ultra-comfortable pen features an enlarged cushioned grip-area that reduces grip effort by up to 40%. It is the professional freehand tool and the standard pen for the Intuos2 tablet system. The new Intuos2 Grip Pen is equipped with a revolutionary rubberized cushion grip that reduces gripping power significantly. It enables you to work even more ergonomically. Its optimum weight and balance relieves stress and alleviates fatigue. It is the must have for professional freehand Intuos2 Users. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Wacom Intuos 2 photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|bus||2:39am on Monday, August 30th, 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.|
|simonz||3:13am on Sunday, August 22nd, 2010|
|"very nice and responsive, only downfalls are small screen for the price... these tablet pads seem to be a little pricy for what they are i think... "Ok im only 13 but still I recomend this!|
|LindaManson||4:01am on Friday, July 9th, 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...|
|Nate_KS||6:03am on Wednesday, June 23rd, 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!|
|jesseschulman||5:28am on Sunday, June 6th, 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...|
|s9a2002||4:24pm on Wednesday, May 12th, 2010|
|This tablet is fantastic! I had a Bamboo and the Intous4 blows it away! I normally use a headphones when I want watch movies because I hate disturbing others when watching movies late night. So.|
|calibra77||1:13pm on Monday, May 3rd, 2010|
|As far as drawing digitally goes, this is by far the best thing out there. When compared to the 6x8 wacom tablet. Absolutely brilliant. I am using the display under MacOSX. Setting it up was a breeze - plug it in and install the drivers.|
|gwjackson||9:10pm on Friday, April 30th, 2010|
|I have worked on wacom tablets for 10+ years, worked in design for 13+, doing autonmotive and toy design. 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.|
|oSci||4:10am on Monday, April 5th, 2010|
|Amazing Simply put, this tablet is amazing. I went from using the Intuos2 to this tablet and I was blown away. Intuos 2 pen The pen works fine. The only complaint I have is that the nib sometimes is too short.|
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Digital Aquariums Intuos 2 Digital Workshop Guide for Novice Users About Digital Illustration with the Wacom Tablet
When grouped together with the Wacom Tablet, Photoshop can be used as a powerful tool for creating professional illustrations. The pressure sensitive tip along with the maneuverability of the pen let you create nice fluid brush strokes. The wacom tablet will let you increase your speed and accuracy to get the job done on time.
Illustration Due to the amazing pressure sensitivity that the Wacom Intuos 2 lets you exercise, it presents itself as the perfect tool for digital illustration. Whether its control over color intensity, brush size, shading intensity, or wrist control; the wacom tablet gives you complete control over the look of your illustrations that a mouse can never attain. This tutorial will demonstrate how to take a real life sketch or drawing and mold it into a finished masterpiece.
Intuos 2 Digital Illustration Workshop Wacom Pen The picture on the right refers to the wacom pen itself. The top button functions as an eraser in Photoshop. By default, button 1 is set up as right click, and button 2 is set up as double click for convenience. You can go in the system preferences anytime to change the button settings, tilt sensitivity, and pressure sensitivity on the pen itself. System Preferences Eraser Button 2: Double Click Button 1: Right Click
1. Once in the setup, you can adjust how much tilt the pen will detect for wrist comfort and better maneuverability. 2. The tip feel field adjusts how hard you have to press to get the maxi- mum pressure of the pen. You can set this really sensitive so that you achieve maximum pressure by merely tapping the tablet with little force. This will be very important when it comes to illustrating lines, applying shading, and coloring. 3. The button configuration can be set to any keyboard stroke shortcut or any button on the mouse.
Wacom Tablet Setup
Intuos 2 Digital Illustration Workshop Scanning the Original Drawing and DPI You will first scan in an outline drawing that contains no color. The drawing should mainly consist of outlines and some detail since the coloring and shading will be made up in Photoshop later. The drawing should be scanned in at a dpi of 300. This is so that you have more pixels to work with when using the pressure sensitivity of the wacom pen. A screen resolution of 72 dpi can be used, but this dpi allows for less detail and freedom in brush work. In this case we will use a dpi of 300. Basics of Setting Up Canvas Size Now that you have your drawing make sure you have the canvas set up to your liking so that all of your content fits accordingly. The scan of your drawing should not restrict you; feel free to extend or minimize your canvas so that you can add more elements or crop out unwanted space. Once you have attained the pictorial field that you feel comfortable with you can proceed with your next step. You can always go back and change the canvas size at any time, if the composition is not going as planned. There are no set guidelines when creating illustrations. Go with what your eyes sees fit. Setting Up the Layers Setting up the appropriate layers is vital and can be confusing but it pays off in the end. The scanned drawing is already set as the base layer. We will now add one layer named OUTLINES. This layer will go on top of the base layer. This layer will be used to redraw the outlines and contour lines. Another layer will be added and it will be called COLOR. This layer will be the layer that you apply all the color to. We now have a layer set up for our outlines and one for our color. Make sure that the outline layer is located on top of the color layer, otherwise the lines will not be visible when coloring over them. A note about any additional layers: there may be times you want to add something new into you illustration, but you dont necessarily want it on the same layer; nevertheless, you can create a totally new layer to isolate and work on the new elements with no conflict.
Intuos 2 Digital Illustration Workshop Line Work & Brush Setup This step is optional if your scanned drawings line work is finished and clean. The brush type, brush size, and hardness of the brush will determine how your drawing will look. In this example we are going to use a brush with hardness of 100 for nice sharp outlines. The size of the brush can always vary. The wacom pen is set up so that the maximum pressure applied is equal to the brush size. If you set the brush size to 50 pixels and apply strong pressure to the pen than you will get a line with a weight of 50 pixels. If you apply minimal pressure it will give you a line thickness equivalent to the pressure applied.
In this step you are going to basically replace your sketchy rough lines with more define lines. It is very important that you remember to draw these lines on the OUTLINES layer so that it is isolated from the background layer. The outcome will produce a drawing that is ready to be colored in. A note before you start coloring as well: make sure you close all of your outlines so that coloring in shapes will be easier.
Coloring Now that the outlines are well established, it is time to go ahead and start laying down some base colors. Now keep in mind that there are many different ways of coloring a subject and this is just one of them. Make sure you are on the COLOR layer for this step. Apply a base color for each object in your composition.
Intuos 2 Digital Illustration Workshop Isolating Objects and Layers by Color When all the base colors are established, you can isolate each shape accordingly so that it will not interfere with other objects when you are working with them. You isolate these shapes by using the magic wand tool to select each base color and copy and past them. This will make each object its own layer. This is helpful when you want to finely color the bull without accidentally coloring the sky or ground. There is nothing worse than accidentally painting over a finely colored and shaded character with a solid color, especially when you dont notice in time and it is too late to undo it with buttons control+z.
Shading and Lighting Now that we have the base colors and different layers set up, we can go in and individually fine tune each individual model. You can add in color on top of the base color as necessary for different areas of your subject (hair on head, nails on fingers, etc). The next step will involve using the dodge and burn tools demonstrate lighting. This will really bring out your subjects and give them depth. The dodge and burn tool have three different modes that give off different effects. The dodge tool adds light and the burn tool adds shade.
Note About Textures If you want to give your illustrations another level of depth you can also add textures to your illustrations. This can be done by taking texture pictures and placing them accordingly into certain areas of your illustrations. Playing with layer properties and transparencies will give you variously different effects.
Try moving the screen cursor by lifting the Intuos2 Pen and placing it in a new location on the tablet. The cursor instantly jumps to the new location.
As the pen enters Proximity, the tablet senses the pen above the tablet surface. You do not need to touch the tablet with the pen tip in order to move the screen cursor.
Learning Hint: If you are used to working with a mouse and nd that using a pen is somewhat difcult, try the Eye-Hand Coordination Exercise. Pointing Hint: Pointing is easier when you orient the tablet so the screen cursor follows the same direction as your hand movements on the tablet.
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Clicking. To click, tap the tablet once with the tip of the Intuos2 Pen, or press the pen tip on the tablet with enough force to register a click. (With the pen tip, there is no audible click sound.)
Try clicking on a folder icon by moving the screen cursor over the icon and pressing down on the pen tip. The icon should highlight when you press.
Double Clicking. To double-click, quickly tap the tablet twice in the same place with the pen tip. This is like clicking twice with a mouse button. You can also double-click by pressing the upper side switchthis is the preferred method of double-clicking with a pen.
Try both ways of double-clicking on a folder icon to open it. First use your pen tip to do this, then use the upper side switch.
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USING THE SIDE SWITCH
The standard Intuos2 Pen is equipped with a DuoSwitch. This switch has two programmable functions that can be selected by rocking the switch in either direction. You can use the DuoSwitch whenever the pen tip is in Proximity of the tablet. You do not have to touch the pen tip to the tablet in order to use the switch.
The upper switch position is set to left double-click by default. Windows Hint: Use right-click to bring up application-specic or icon-specic menus. Double-Click Hint: Press the upper side switch to double-click. This is easier than tapping twice with the pen tip.
The lower switch position is set for a right-click by default.
Important: The DuoSwitch on the Grip Pen can be removed if you do not need the switch functionality. See DuoSwitch Removal and Installation for more information.
To assign new switch functions, refer to Customizing Tool Buttons.
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Dragging is used to select and move objects on the screen. To drag, rst point to an object. Then press the Intuos2 Pen to the tablet and slide it across the tablet. The selected object will move across the screen. To select text, move the screen cursor to the beginning of a text line, then drag the Intuos2 Pen across the tablet until the text is highlighted. First, try moving an icon on the screen. Then, within a document, select some text by pressing and dragging the pen tip across the text.
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USING THE AIRBRUSH
The Intuos2 Airbrush is similar to the Intuos2 Pen, but also includes a ngerwheel for an additional degree of control. With proper software support, you can simulate realistic airbrushing. For example, tilting the Intuos2 Airbrush can cause the spray pattern to elongate and feather out. Rolling the ngerwheel can adjust the spray intensity, and pressure on the tip can control the brush size. Pointing, Clicking, Erasing, and Proximity are similar to the pen. For additional information, refer to Holding the Airbrush and Using the Pen.
Important: When the airbrush is not in use, place it in the Intuos2 pen stand or lay it at on your desk. To maintain the sensitivity of your airbrush tip, do not store the airbrush in a container where it will rest on its tip. Leaving an Intuos2 tool on the tablet may interfere with screen cursor positioning when using other pointing devices.
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HOLDING THE AIRBRUSH
Hold the airbrush with your thumb and middle nger. The ngerwheel should be in a convenient location for you to roll it with your index nger. Tilt the airbrush to nd a comfortable position that allows you to paint and draw with pressure-sensitivity.
The side switch is set for a right-click by default.
Roll the ngerwheel backwards to increase ink ow or brush size, and forward to reduce it. Your index nger should operate the wheel independently of the pressure you apply to the tip.
To customize the ngerwheel, see Airbrush Settings. Visit Wacoms web site to learn which applications currently support the airbrush ngerwheel. See Product Information.
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USING THE 2D MOUSE
The Intuos2 2D Mouse is cordless, batteryless, and works on any Intuos2 tablet. By moving the 2D Mouse across the tablets active area, you can position the screen cursor like you do with a regular mouse (MOUSE MODE). The buttons are programmable, and the integrated ngerwheel is both a programmable middle button and a rolling wheel that you can use for scrolling. By choosing PEN MODE in the MAPPING/SPEED tab, you can position and navigate the screen cursor like you do with the Intuos2 Pen.
Integrated middle button and ngerwheel. By default, the button function is set to MIDDLE CLICK and the ngerwheel is set to SCROLL 3 lines per wheel notch within the active window of supporting applications.
Important: When the 2D Mouse is not in use, place it on your desk. Leaving an Intuos2 tool on the tablet may interfere with screen cursor positioning when using other pointing devices.
The right button is set to a RIGHT CLICK by default. The left button is set to LEFT CLICK by default. Hint: For MS Ofce applications that support a wheel mouse, press the CTRL key and move the ngerwheel to zoom in and out. To learn how to program buttons, see Customizing the 2D Mouse.
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USING THE 4D MOUSE
The Intuos2 4D Mouse is a cordless, batteryless mouse that works on any Intuos2 tablet. By default, you can position the screen cursor like you do with a regular mouse (MOUSE MODE). By choosing PEN MODE in the MAPPING/SPEED tab, you can position and navigate the screen cursor like you do with the Intuos2 Pen. The integrated ngerwheel is both a programmable middle button and a self-centering wheel that can be used for scrolling. By default, the ngerwheel emulates the Microsoft IntelliMouse. The 4D Mouse also supports axial rotation. In applications that support device rotation, simply turn the 4D Mouse on the tablet to control the rotation parameter.
The rear buttons are set to left double-click by default.
The right button is set to right-click by default.
Important: When the 4D Mouse is not in use, place it on your desk. Leaving an Intuos2 tool on the tablet may interfere with screen cursor positioning when using other pointing devices.
By default, the ngerwheel is set to perform a middle-click when pressed. When rolled forward or backward, the ngerwheel is set for scrolling functionality in supporting applications.
The left button is set to left-click by default.
To learn how to program buttons, see Customizing the 4D Mouse and Lens Cursor.
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USING THE 2D MOUSE OR 4D MOUSE FINGERWHEEL
To use the ngerwheel, place your hand on the 2D Mouse or 4D Mouse with your index nger on the wheel.
Button function. To use the button function, press down on the wheel to perform a button click. Scrolling. The ngerwheel will control scrolling; move the ngerwheel forward to scroll up, and back to scroll down. For the 2D Mouse, the ngerwheel is set to scroll 3 lines for each notch of wheel movement in applications that support the Microsoft IntelliMouse wheel. For the 4D Mouse, the ngerwheel emulates the roller on the Microsoft IntelliMouse; moving the ngerwheel scrolls through documents in applications that support the IntelliMouse and scrolling stops when you release the ngerwheel. (When you release the ngerwheel on the 4D Mouse it will spring back to the neutral position, leaving the scrolled list at the position you have scrolled to.) For applications that have built-in support for the ngerwheel, you can set the ngerwheel for application-dened functionality; it will then function according to how each specic application supports the ngerwheel.
2D Mouse shown.
For a full description of ngerwheel features and functionality, see Customizing the 2D Mouse Fingerwheel or Customizing the 4D Mouse Fingerwheel. Visit Wacoms web site for a list of applications that currently support the 2D Mouse or 4D Mouse ngerwheel. See Product Information.
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USING THE LENS CURSOR
The Intuos2 Lens Cursor is an input device that allows you to enter precise coordinate position information into your computer. The Lens Cursor reports the position of the cross-hair to the computer. This makes the Lens Cursor especially useful for tracing and digitizing drawings into graphics and CAD applications. By default, the Lens Cursor is set to MOUSE MODE, which means you can position the screen cursor like you do with a regular mouse. When using the Lens Cursor to digitize a drawing, the Lens Cursor must be set to PEN MODE.
Rotate lens for best viewing angle.
Middle-Click Button Left-Click Button
Rear Buttons (defaults are left double-click)
Important: When the Lens Cursor is not in use, place it on your desk. Leaving an Intuos2 tool on the tablet may interfere with screen cursor positioning when using other pointing devices.
Refer to Customizing the 4D Mouse and Lens Cursor for information on programming the Lens Cursor buttons.
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CARING FOR YOUR TOOLS AND TABLET
Keep your Intuos2 tools and tablet surface clean. Dust and dirt particles can stick to your Intuos2 tools and cause wear to the tablet surface. Regular cleaning with a soft, damp cloth will help prolong the life of your tablet surface and Intuos2 tools. You can also use a very mild soap diluted with water. Do not use volatile liquids, such as paint thinner or benzene, because they may damage the plastic case. Keep your tablet and tools in a clean, dry place and avoid extremes in temperature. Room temperature is best. Also, your Intuos2 tools and tablet are not made to come apart. Except where specically indicated for the Grip Pen DuoSwitch removal and replacement, twisting the pen case can break the pen. Taking apart the product will void your warranty.
The tilt display graphically shows the reported tilt angle of your pen or airbrush. Place your pen or airbrush vertically on the tablet, and tilt it from side to side and forward and backward. The graphic lever moves to indicate the amount and direction of tilt reported to the application. Note: Tilt is direction-sensitive and can be used in some applications to control brush orientation.
Visit Wacoms web site for a list of applications that currently support tilt. See Product Information.
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CUSTOMIZING MOUSE TOOL SETTINGS
Customizing your Wacom input tool is easy. First open the Wacom control panel using the tool you wish to customize. The tool will be selected in the TOOL LIST, and the appropriate tabs will be displayed. Select a tab and change settings using the available options. To customize settings for a different tool, select it from the TOOL LIST by clicking on its icon. CUSTOMIZING THE 2D MOUSE CUSTOMIZING THE 2D MOUSE FINGERWHEEL CUSTOMIZING THE 4D MOUSE AND LENS CURSOR CUSTOMIZING THE 4D MOUSE FINGERWHEEL
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CUSTOMIZING THE 2D MOUSE
To modify your 2D Mouse button settings, select the TOOL BUTTONS tab.
Select the function to perform when pressing a button.
You can select a function to perform for each button from the button pull-down menus. Refer to Button Functions for a description of the available options. The 2D Mouse buttons are chordable; you can press two or more buttons simultaneously. For example, if you program one button to simulate the CTRL key and another to simulate a Z keystroke, when you press both buttons a CTRL+Z is simulated.
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CUSTOMIZING THE 2D MOUSE FINGERWHEEL
The 2D Mouse ngerwheel emulates the Microsoft IntelliMouse wheel and controls scrolling in most active windows and in applications that support the IntelliMouse. To customize your 2D Mouse ngerwheel, choose the FINGERWHEEL tab.
Disables the ngerwheel function. Sets the ngerwheel to scroll the selected number of lines for each notch of ngerwheel movement. Enter a value (1 to 15) to set the amount of movement. Roll the ngerwheel forward to scroll up, and back to scroll down. Sets the ngerwheel to scroll one screen for each notch of ngerwheel movement.
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WORKING WITH APPLICATION-SPECIFIC SETTINGS
You may wish to have different tool settings for a particular application. The APPLICATION LIST lets you customize your Intuos2 tablet and tool settings for individual applications.
The APPLICATION LIST displays icons for applications with customized settings. The TOOL LIST displays icons for tools that are customized for the above selected application.
Tab settings apply only to the selected tool and application. Your current selections are highlighted. Wedges emphasize the relationship between tab settings and the selected tool and application.
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If application-specic settings have not been created, a single icon labeled ALL APPLICATIONS is displayed in the APPLICATION LIST, and the tool settings displayed in the tabs are applied to all applications. When a second application is added to the APPLICATION LIST, the ALL APPLICATIONS icon changes to ALL OTHER APPS, and a new icon is displayed for the new application settings. If you select the ALL OTHER APPS icon and make changes to the tab settings, your changes will apply to all applications except the specic one(s) you have added to the list. If you select the icon for a specic application and make changes to the tab settings, your changes will apply to only that application. When ALL APPLICATIONS or ALL OTHER APPS is selected in the APPLICATION LIST, the TOOL LIST displays icons for all Intuos2 tools that have been added to the tool list. When an icon for a specic application is selected from the APPLICATION LIST, the TOOL LIST only displays the Intuos2 tools that have been added for the selected application. When you create an application-specic setting, you are, in a sense, creating a separate TOOL LIST for the application.
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CREATING AN APPLICATION-SPECIFIC SETTING
To create an application-specic setting, click on the ADD APPLICATION TO LIST. button or select APPLICATIONS FOR CUSTOM SETTINGS. from the ADD pull-down menu. The ADD APPLICATION FOR CUSTOM SETTINGS dialog box appears.
Select an application to add to the APPLICATION LIST. Only applications that are currently running and that have not previously been added to the APPLICATION LIST are displayed.
BROWSE to select the executable le of any application installed on your computer. Note: If two programs have the same le name, they will share the same customized settings. Displays the name of the selected application.
You can use advanced features to further customize your Intuos2 Professional Graphics Tablet for the way you like to work. ADVANCED TIP PRESSURE SETTINGS ADVANCED ERASER PRESSURE SETTINGS COPYING SETTINGS USING DUALTRACK ADVANCED MAPPING
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ADVANCED TIP PRESSURE SETTINGS
To customize advanced tip pressure settings, from the TIP FEEL tab select MORE OPTIONS. The advanced options enable you to change the click pressure and pressure curve settings independently. (In the basic options display, these settings are adjusted simultaneously with the TIP PRESSURE FEEL slider.)
Important: The TIP PRESSURE FEEL slider overrides the advanced pressure settings. If you customize advanced settings, then drag the TIP PRESSURE FEEL slider, your advanced settings will be removed.
Use these controls to manually change the pressure curve shape. Toggles to the basic options display.
After you set advanced settings, a checkmark appears.
Test the results of your changes before you apply them.
Use this area to automatically set the maximum amount of force to use when drawing.
The pressure curve graphically displays the relationship between force applied to your tool and pressure reported to an application.
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CLICK FORCE ADJUSTMENT
The click force setting adjusts the amount of force required to generate a button click.
The CLICK FORCE bar graphically displays the force level at which a click occurs.
Enter a value from 1 to 50% or drag the CLICK FORCE bar to set the force at which a click occurs.
Note: For optimal performance in graphics applications, set the click force and minimum tip force to the same value.
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PRESSURE CURVE ADJUSTMENT
Changing the shape of the pressure curve will change the feel of the pen tip. A pressure curve that increases quickly makes the tip feel more sensitive to changes in force. The control points at each end of the pressure curve set the minimum and maximum amount of force your pen or airbrush will respond to. If you have a soft touch and want to achieve full pressure without having to apply full force to your pen, decrease the maximum force level. You can apply less force to your pen and still have the effects of full pressure. The default for maximum force is 100%.
2. Select the tablet mapping to dene. The mapping numbers are displayed in the top left corner of each tablet area graphic. If multiple tablet mappings have been dened, click inside the tablet area you want to select or click on the SELECT MAP. button and type the number of the mapping you want to select.
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3. Dene the size of the tablet area by dragging the handles of the selected tablet area. Then click and drag the tablet area to the desired position. For more precise control in selecting the tablet area, click the SET TABLET. button to access the Portion of Tablet dialog box. There, you can dene the tablet area in a variety of ways. 4. From the ASPECT pull-down menu, select an option. These options work similarly to normal mapping. If you choose PROPORTIONAL or TO FIT, you can set an exact scale factor.
Proportional. Maintains the correct vertical and horizontal proportions. However, the drawing may display larger or smaller on the screen. To set the scale, click the SCALE. button. In the SET SCALE FACTOR dialog box, enter a value to dene the tablet to screen ratio. For example, a scale factor of 2 will make two inches on the tablet equal to one inch on the screen.
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To Fit. Maps the selected tablet area to the selected screen area. The scale and the vertical and horizontal proportions are not maintained. To set the scale, click the SCALE. button. In the SET SCALE FACTOR dialog box, enter values to dene the tablet to screen ratios for the x and y axes. The ratio between x- and y-scale factor indicates how much a traced image will be distorted by the mapping relationship between tablet and screen. For example, an x-scale factor of 2 makes two inches on the tablets x axis equal to one inch on the screens x axis. A y-scale factor of 3 makes three inches on the tablets y axis equal to one inch on the screens y axis. Mouse Mode. Sets the area to position the screen cursor in Mouse Mode.
5. Dene the size of the display area by dragging the handles of the selected display area. Then click and drag the display area to the desired position. For more precise control in selecting the display area, click the SET DISPLAY. button to access the Portion of Display dialog box. There, you can dene the display area in a variety of ways. 6. To create additional tablet mappings, click on the ADD MAPPING button. A new mapping is created with the entire tablet area mapped to the entire display area. Repeat the above steps to size and position the tablet and display areas for each mapping you add. If you dene overlapping tablet areas, the tablet area with a lower number will always be above (in front of) the areas with a higher number and will have precedence for positioning the pointer on the screen. Use the BRING TO FRONT and SEND TO REAR buttons to change the relative positions of the maps. For example, if you have created multiple mappings, SEND TO REAR will move a selected mapping to the bottom of the stack.
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Testing a 2D Mouse
1. Test the buttons on your 2D Mouse by clicking each button. The tablets status LED should change color, and the SWITCHES state should change for each button you click.
Intuos2 2D Mouse
2. When the DIAGNOSTICS dialog box is rst opened the WHEEL status should be 0. Move the ngerwheel backward. The WHEEL status should change from 0 to +1. 3. Move the ngerwheel forward. The WHEEL status should change to -1. 4. When you are done, click on the CLOSE button to exit the dialog box.
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Testing a 4D Mouse or Lens Cursor
1. Test the buttons on your 4D Mouse or Lens Cursor by clicking each button. The tablets status LED should change color, and the SWITCHES state should change for each button you click.
Note: Objects not shown to scale.
2. If you are testing a 4D Mouse, move the ngerwheel to the front, center, and rear positions. The WHEEL status should change from approximately +1023 to -1023, with a center value of zero. 3. If you have a 4D Mouse, rotate it on the tablet. The ROTATION value should change to reect your movement. 4. When you are done, click on the CLOSE button to exit the dialog box.
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If you encounter problems with your Intuos2 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 Readme le for the latest troubleshooting information. USB TABLET PROBLEMS SERIAL TABLET PROBLEMS GENERAL PROBLEMS WINDOWS PROBLEMS
USB TABLET PROBLEMS
The computer does not have an available USB port. The tablet status LED is off. Check if there is an available USB port on a powered USB hub. If none are available you will need to add a powered USB hub. Your computer must be USB ready (see Verifying Your Computer is USB Ready). Verify that the tablets USB cable is plugged into a primary USB port (directly into your computer) or into a powered USB hub. Make sure the hub is connected to an active USB port. Refer to Testing USB Tablets for instructions. Run SETUP from the Wacom Tablet CD and reinstall the Intuos2 driver software. The Wacom driver software was not installed or did not load properly. Make sure the Wacom driver software is installed and functioning. Insert the Wacom Tablet CD into your computer and install the driver software for the Intuos2 tablet.
The pen works only in Mouse Mode, and does not draw with pressure-sensitivity.
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You have to press hard with the Intuos2 Pen or Airbrush when clicking or drawing. The Intuos2 Pen or Airbrush tip does not function.
The side switch does not work.
Changing the function settings for the Intuos2 tools has no effect.
Open the Wacom control panel and go to the tools TIP FEEL tab. Move the TIP PRESSURE FEEL slider toward SOFT, or select the MORE OPTIONS button and decrease the CLICK FORCE setting. Make sure the status LED changes from orange to green when the tip is pressed. If it does not, you may have defective hardware (see Testing Your Intuos2 Tools). Check the control panels TOOL BUTTONS tab and verify that the tip is assigned to a LEFT-CLICK function. Be sure you press the side switch when the pen tip is in proximitydo this without pressing down on the pen tip. From the Wacom control panel, verify that the side switch is set to the proper function for the application and tool that you are using. Verify also that the SIDE SWITCH EXPERT MODE preferences option is deselected. (The PREFERENCES dialog box is accessed from the EDIT menu option.) Make sure the tablet status LED changes from orange to green when you press the side switch. If it does not, you may have defective hardware (see Testing Your Intuos2 Tools). Make sure that you change the settings for the tool and the application that you are using. See Working with Multiple Tools and Working with Application-Specic Settings.
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The screen cursor jumps back.
When using the tablet the screen cursor is very erratic or jumps around.
When your Intuos2 tool is not in use, place it in the pen stand or some location near the tablet, but not on the tablet. Leaving your tool on the tablet may interfere with screen cursor positioning when using other input devices. On rare occasions the tablet may receive interfering radio frequencies from a computer monitor or nearby AM radio station. If you notice interference, try the following: Set the tablet to SINGLE MODE. For USB tablets this option is located on the TABLET MODE tab. For serial tablets it is located on the CONNECTION tab. Move the tablet at least 6 inches away from the monitor, or change the refresh rate or monitor resolution. Open the Wacom control panel and go to the MAPPING/SPEED tab. Verify that PEN MODE is selected and that the DISPLAY AREA is set to ENTIRE DISPLAY for the selected tool and application. If this does not help, click on the RESET TAB TO DEFAULTS button to reestablish tablet to screen mapping. If this does not work, open the Windows folder and delete the TABLET.DAT le. Then restart your computer. When the tablet driver loads, it will create a new preferences le with the factory default settings.
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OTHER PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
Menu Strip (6x8/A5 tablet) (9x12/A4-regular and 12x12/A4-oversize tablets) (12x18/A3 tablet) Overlay Sheet (4x5/A6 tablet) (6x8/A5 tablet) (9x12/A4-regular tablet) (12x12/A4-oversize tablet) (12x18/A3 tablet) Pen Stand Replacement Tips Tips for Pen (models XP-501E, XP-300E, and XP501A) and Airbrush (model XP-400E) Tips for Ink Pen (model XP-110) and Stroke Pen (model XP-120) Rell (black) for Ink Pen (model XP-110) Incline Bar (6x8/A5 tablet) (9x12/A4-regular tablet)
PSH-A224 PSH-A225 PSH-A226 PSH-A219 PSH-A220 PSH-A221 PSH-A222 PSH-A223 PST-A026-01 (Grip Pen) PST-A021-02 (Other Pens) PSI-A007 PSI-A011 PSI-A023 PAS-A032 PAS-A033
For order information, see Ordering Parts and Accessories.
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LICENSE AND WARRANTIES
(WORLDWIDE, EXCEPT FOR EUROPE, AFRICA AND MIDDLE EAST)
This legal document is an agreement between you, the end-user, and Wacom Technology Corporation (Wacom).
1. Grant of License. The enclosed product includes computer programs embedded in rmware and accompanying
diskette or CD-ROM (the Software). The Software is licensed, not sold, to you for use only with Wacom products upon the terms of this license, and Wacom reserves any rights not expressly granted to you. Wacom grants to you a non-exclusive right to use this copy of the Software in conjunction with a Wacom product at a single location.
2. Ownership of Software. Although you may own the product in which the Software is originally recorded, Wacom
retains ownership of the Software itself. You acknowledge that the Software is Wacoms property, and contains valuable condential, unpublished information developed or acquired by Wacom at great expense, including data processing algorithms, innovations and concepts. The Software is protected by copyright and other federal and state laws. You agree to use your reasonable best efforts to protect the Software from unauthorized reproduction, distribution, disclosure, use, or publication.
3. Copy Restrictions. Unauthorized copying of the Software is expressly forbidden. 4. Use Restrictions. You may not decompile, reverse assemble, disassemble or reverse engineer the Software. 5. Termination. This License is effective until terminated. This License will terminate automatically without notice from
Wacom if you fail to comply with any provisions of the License.
6. Miscellaneous. This License is governed by the laws of the United States of America and the state of Washington
except in Asia Pacic and by the laws of Japan for Asia Pacic.
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Wacom warrants the product, except for the Software, to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service as long as the product remains in production and in possession of the original owner, but not less than one (1) year, as long as you own the product as evidenced by a copy of the receipt and a registration card that has been returned to Wacom within 30 days of purchase. The Software is licensed as is. Wacom makes no warranty with respect to its quality or performance. 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 Warranty Period, you should contact Wacom Technical Support via telephone to obtain an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) number and instructions for shipping the product to a service location designated by Wacom. You should send the product, shipping charges prepaid, to the designated service location, accompanied by the return authorization number, your name, address and telephone number, proof of purchase date, and a description of the defect. Wacom will pay for return shipping by United Parcel Service or by an equivalent service as chosen by Wacom. Wacoms sole obligation and entire liability under this warranty shall be, at Wacoms option, either the repair or replacement of the defective product or parts thereof of which Wacom is notied during the Warranty Period; provided, however, that you are responsible for (i) the cost of transportation of the product to the designated service location and (ii) any loss or damage to the product resulting from such transportation. Wacom shall have no responsibility to repair or replace the product if the failure of the product has resulted from accident, abuse, misuse, negligence, or unauthorized modication or repair, or if it has been handled or stored other than in accordance with Wacoms storage instructions. 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.
In North and South America contact:
Wacom Technology Corporation 1311 S.E. Cardinal Court Vancouver, Washington 98683 U.S.A.
In Asia and Asia Pacic contact:
WACOM Co., Ltd. 2-510-1 Toyonodai Otone-Machi, Kitasaitama-Gun Saitama, 349-1148 Japan
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LICENSE AND WARRANTIES (EUROPE)
(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 entitlement to use the software and that he/she agrees to pay the copying and postage costs.
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Active area. The drawing area of the tablet where your Intuos2 tools are detected. Application-specic settings. Intuos2 tool and tablet settings that have been customized for individual applications. The control panel enables you to program a tool to behave uniquely in different applications. Your application-specic settings are in effect whenever you use the application. Aspect. The ratio between the vertical and horizontal dimension of the tablet or display. The ASPECT setting is located on the MAPPING/SPEED tab, and denes how the tablet area is mapped to the display area. This setting determines if the aspect of the tablet and display are the same. Click force. The amount of force you must apply to your Intuos2 Pen or Airbrush tip for a click to occur. DOS shell. A DOS session that is running under the Windows operating system. Double-click assist. A control panel option that makes it easier to double-click. When selected, you can customize the double-click speed and distance. 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.
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Double-click speed. The maximum time that can pass between clicks and still be accepted as a doubleclick. Increasing the double-click time makes double-clicking easier. Eraser-aware application. A software application that has built-in support for the Intuos2 eraser. These applications take advantage of the eraser in different ways, depending on what makes sense for the application. Fingerwheel. The control wheel on the Intuos2 Airbrush, 2D Mouse and 4D Mouse. Landscape. A tablet ORIENTATION setting. In landscape orientation, the tablet buttons are at the top. Rectangular tablets will be in a horizontal position. See also portrait. Lens Cursor. An input device with programmable buttons and cross-hair for entering precise coordinate position information. Mapping. The relationship between your Intuos2 tool position on the tablet and the cursor position on the monitor screen. Modier. Modier keys include SHIFT, ALT, and CTRL. You can customize your Intuos2 tool to simulate a modier key. Mouse Mode. A method for positioning the screen cursor. When you place an Intuos2 tool on the tablet, you can navigate the screen cursor like a mouse. This is known as relative positioning. See also Pen Mode.
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Nib. The replaceable tip of the Intuos2 Pen or Airbrush. Pen Mode. A method of positioning the screen cursor. Wherever you place your Intuos2 tool on the tablet, the screen cursor will be at that same corresponding point on the screen. This is known as absolute positioning, and allows you to position the screen cursor without having to rst nd it and then move it with a pick up and roll action. 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 mapping options. You can customize your Wacom pen or mouse tool buttons or tablet buttons to display this menu. Portrait. A tablet ORIENTATION setting. In portrait orientation, the tablet buttons are on the side. Rectangular tablets will be in a vertical position. See also landscape. Pressure sensitive. A quality of the Intuos2 Pen and Airbrush 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 (6 mm (0.24 inch)) above the tablets active area where the Intuos2 tools are detected. QuickPoint. The QUICKPOINT MODE divides the tablet into two independent areas: a large area for drawing and a small area for quick navigation.
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