Tablet cursor jittering
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    Tablet cursor jittering

    I *FINALLY* got a Tablet! Yeah!
    It's a Wacom Intuos2 68... one helluva cool model for sure.

    THOUGH... i get the cursor jittering, like, jumping a pixel or 2 up and down and to the sides.
    On the Wacom site, they say "Jitter of the screen cursor is usually caused by the tablet being placed to close to the monitor. Monitors produce RF (Radio Frequency) noise which can interfere with the Wacom tablet. To correct this problem try moving the tablet away from the monitor, or change the refresh frequency rate of the monitor."

    I tried to move the Tablet away, but of course I can't move it so far from the monitor. And I tried also to change my monitor's refresh freq. to no avail.


    Have anyone here had the same problem? And if yes, how did you correct it?

    btw I'm on Win2000 if it makes any difference.
    The monitor is a 17 incher Syncmaster 750s.

    Thanks in advance.

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    I had that problem too.

    I think it makes no difference on what monitor, refesh rating or OS you have.
    The monitor makes interferences and the only form I found to correct it is just what wacom says. Try to move it away from monitor... Try not placing it in front-behind it. The distance isnt a matter if your monitor is not "looking at" your tablet....

    Im sorry i cant tell you more than this...

    Jaku
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