The inconsistency is definitely between the Adobe applications, not the fault of the Wacom driver as people seem to be trying to imply. Not the system event by default triggered by the space bar keyboard shortcut, but the actual space bar keydown event. Tony, thanks for the advice! I’m an experienced Photoshop user completely new to InDesign. I use a Wacom Bamboo tablet the lowest-end one as a mouse, and can’t get the ‘grabber hand’ scrolling to work with it. I believe I’ve found a solution: The Wacom preferences suggest that it should work with “applications that pan with a grabber hand”, so I’m not sure why it has this issue.
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In InDesign, it still does the same jerky scroll it does when scrolling with the touchpad. Try disabling windows ink in wacom settings while in Bamboo tablet mte-450a to do stuffs, just enable it back when painting in photoshop bamblo activate pen pressure.
I was wavering between it and the Bamboo Create I thought it might be nice bamboo tablet mte-450a be able to do multitouch mouse stuff and pen art work on the same tablet, but I wasn’t sure how well it would mimic the actual OS X magic trackpad. The interpretations of the input in both InDesign and the bamboo tablet mte-450a CS applications is hacky and buggy: Please enter a title. I only noticed this started to happen to me with the InDesign CC The behaviour is the same regardless of that setting.
Once in the “Pen” tab, on whatever button you choose I chose the bottom buttonselect the “Keystroke” option from the drop-down menu. It didn’t actually solve the InDesign issue, though. Pan and Scroll KINDA works, but also for some reason gets stuck until I use an actual mouse or keyboard probably because of the ‘space’ thing you mentioned. Again, this won’t work mte-4450a you’re in an active text frame.
In windows the solution was: I didn’t bamboo tablet mte-450a anything to fix it properly, but I did figure out that I can set the pen button to actually send the “H” keystroke when bamboo tablet mte-450a. Just bypass the actual keyboard shortcut itself, and the same consistent behaviour would work in all application – which is also consistent with the OS interpretation of the same event and its interpretation in applications like web browsers.
Tony, thanks for the advice! If it does sound like an issue with this tablet model, I may try getting another tabet returning it if I have the same issues.
But I’m running Windows 10 preview so I wasn’t sure if that mte450a anything to do with it. This really bamboo tablet mte-450a a lot more to do with Wacom bamboo tablet mte-450a it does InDesign, as tablets can usually but not always be configured differently with different applications.
I believe I’ve found a solution: So no Flicks activated.
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The pen button works in Photoshop, but not InDesign. Any idea how I would disable flicks on a mac? Go to original post.
InDesign does not always use the spacebar as a shortcut for scrolling – when you are tabet an active text frame, for example and for reasons I am sure are obvious the ALT key has bamboo tablet mte-450a functionality. I couldn’t use hand tool to move image when zoomed in. However, the bamboo tablet mte-450a things may be of use to you, I hope.
I have yet to found bamboo tablet mte-450a solution – I’m trying different combinations in the Wacom application to send the app different commands, but nothing works well so far. You can see this by at least two unexpected, unintended, undesirable behaviours:. How would I access this section so I can enable this?
Found a setting in Windows that solved it for me, maybe Mac has a similar option you should check. Mre-450a windows the solution was:.
Surely it would be trivial to trigger a system event within the application from a known, common type of input, without actually requiring that system event’s default keyboard banboo keydown event to happen in the operating system at large?
The “jumpy” scrolling is what happens when you drag two fingers on the touchpad bamboo tablet mte-450a OS X, which causes InDesign seems to scroll in little jumps on one axis at a time instead of smoothly tracking the cursor. bamboo tablet mte-450a
Good thing to bring up, though in my case, I don’t think it’s the problemâ€”my issue is with the hand tool not being invoked by the pen button in InDesign like it is in Photoshop and other bamboo tablet mte-450a that use a hand tool to scroll. H is the [accelerator] key for the Hand Tool, which is also the same tool you’re engaging when you hold down the bamboo tablet mte-450a although with less functionality.
In your system prefs, check the Wacom tablet options out, you may be able to configure your pen buttons to work differently with InDesign. This content has been marked as final. With it disabled, it stops working all of a sudden and the hand tool bamboo tablet mte-450a but doesn’t respond to touches.
I would like to resolve the issue, but I don’t see the Flicks option. There’s also the Bamboo Fun, but mine’s just the Bamboo.