hmm.. i'm not too sure about this now.. what video card do you use? does it support dual monitor? just a random shot out in the dark.. i have a geforce2 and looking at the settings i found that nvidia drivers recently supported dual monitors.. so i'm just curious if videocard drivers might be the problem..
By the way, I just got a new Intuos2 9x12 (nyeah, nyeah) and the same thing happens. Fine at work, wonky at home.
Actually, I tried plugging the tablet into the back of the computer instead of the USB hub, thinking it needed more power, and it started working correctly. Then, as soon as I restarted and tried it again, it became wonky again.
I have two video cards: An ATI Radeon 9000 and an ATI Radeon 128. The big monitor has the 9000 hooked up to it.
Yes, the problem is with the dual monitor environment. If the Apple
menu is on the right monitor, move it to the left hand monitor in the
display properties. This alone should take care of the problem. Painter
does its own thing with the tablet mapping and it uses the menu monitor as
the origin. I hope this helps, and is what you were looking for, but if you
have any other questions please feel free to call the number below.
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