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  • Wacom Cintiq Companion 2: Double clicking sensitivity

    Some users may have noticed that the Cintiq Companion 2 can be very sensitive when it comes to using the pen for double clicking / double tapping. This can affect users when using the Drawing Tool (stroke merging) or the Curve Tool (double click to end stroke drawing).

    What we suggest, is to try and experiment with the pen settings in the Companion 2.

    1. Enter the Wacom Desktop Center. Select Open Pen settings.
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    2. Adjust the Tip Double Click Distance slider.
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    If you find the the double clicking / double tapping is too sensitive or not sensitive enough, this setting will allow you to get something you're more comfortable with. Try it!

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    this is helpful , thank you for your share .


    Wacom Cintiq Companion is a self-contained Windows computer with the full Wacom graphics tablet features already built in, which can also be used as a 'dumb' graphics tablet when connected to a Mac or PC.

    Essentially, you can use this to draw, sketch and paint at your desk hooked up to your main computer, and draw, sketch and paint directly on it while sitting on the sofa or outside.

    this Cintiq Companion 2 can be used at a desk as a graphics tablet for your regular computer, but because it also runs Windows, you can use full, familiar versions of Painter, Photoshop and so on when away from your workstation.

    The nearest thing it has to a rival is the Microsoft Surface tablet, but this has neither Wacom's heritage nor chops when it comes to rich drawing tools. The iPad Pro is an excellent tablet but cannot be called a competitor here due to its mobile operating system.

    It's a solid investment for digital illustrators who want flexibility. However, if you don't need to use it away from your desk, you could save money and purchase the XP-pen Artist 15.6 Pro .

    I currently use a XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro Drawing tablet With Screen It is a cintiq downgrade, but only because it does not have the muti-touch like the cintiq does. it support pen tilt function , 8192 pen pressure levels , battery-free and wireless stylus . 88% NTSC Color gamut , 1920x1080 resolution , 15.6 inch IPS Screen , it has no parallax , no lag .
    Overall its an amazing tablet and I do suggest it! It works amazing for me, and personally, I improved a lot while using it.

    The only problems, however, is that it always has to be plugged into a PC , Though it is lightweight and works great, the graphics are nice, and its only $439 .

    88% NTSC color accuracy<br/> Supports 60 degrees of tilt function<br/>

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