|11 Sep 2010||#1|
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Tablet PC: Cursor doesn't follow pen when in different display mode
I recently installed Windows 7 32bit on my Toshiba Portege M400-S4031. After installing Corel Painter, I noticed that it was not pressure sensitive. After some quick Google-ing, I found that I had to update the Wacom tablet PC driver. I installed it and it got the pressure sensitivity working. i thought everything would be fine, but I soon found that if I change the display mode to anything that isn't the primary landscape mode, the cursor won't follow the pen. I tried calibrating the screen several times and uninstalling and reinstalling the driver but nothing work. Also, the rotation button below the screen doesn't work. More specifically, it seems like the .exe (PHTRot.exe) which it's suppose to run when pressed doesn't work. I've installed/uninstalled/reinstalled the Toshiba Tablet PC Extension Package and the Added Value Package but no luck.
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