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    Cintiq 12WX Calibration...

    RAWR! This thing won't calibrate! Well, it will, but incorrectly.

    I did have it calibrated fairly well, but in the middle of a drawing (at some point, anyway), it started to shift. I started noticing my marks were off and lo and behold, the cursor's off!

    I try to recalibrate... and keeps. Getting. A little. Off. Rawr!

    Any tips? :p

    You should know I do have a ViewGuard sheet over it, so... dunno about that. Maybe I should take it off, but... scratches! ><

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    Well, the calibrate "is-what-it-is". It does go off slightly for me, but I'm kinda used to it, and its just slight.

    Scratching? Mines a late 08 model and I have not noticed any scratch-wearing and I'm using black nibs, but I always keep it wiped (esp through cold/flu season, lol)


    Thought I may as well answer this, as this thread seems to have been left unanswered for a while.

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    Hi Michael,

    I have the exact same problem as you have. I have been searching web for answers but have not yet found any good solution for this very annoying problem. I also have a screen protector. I would so like to hear have you found any solution to it. I think playing with the calibration is not a solution.

    Hope to hear from you.

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    I think a some elaborations need to be made.

    What Operating system are you running? Specs, like graphic cards too.
    What Cintiq driver version are you running?

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    I got the same problem a few days ago ... trying to fix it but nothing help's
    I used a "Tablet Pressure Curve Tool.exe" but i dont think it is the issue here..
    Using Windows Vista 64bit and a Gforce 9800M GTs

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