Open the Activities overview and start typing Wacom Tablet.
Click on Wacom Tablet to open the panel.
If no tablet is detected, you’ll be asked to Please plug in or turn on your Wacom tablet. Click the Bluetooth Settings link to connect a wireless tablet.
The lower part of the panel contains details and settings specific to your stylus, with the device name (the stylus class) and diagram to the left. These settings can be adjusted:
Eraser Pressure Feel: use the slider to adjust the “feel” (how physical pressure is translated to digital values) between Soft and Firm.
Button/Scroll Wheel configuration (these change to reflect the stylus). Click the menu next to each label to select one of these functions: No Action, Left Mouse Button Click, Middle Mouse Button Click, Right Mouse Button Click, Scroll Up, Scroll Down, Scroll Left, Scroll Right, Back, or Forward.
Tip Pressure Feel: use the slider to adjust the “feel” between Soft and Firm.
If you have more than one stylus, when the additional stylus gets close to the tablet, a pager will be displayed next to the stylus device name. Use the pager to choose which stylus to configure.
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