You can use this digital pen to interact with your device, including drawing, writing, moving files, or activating the functions of pen press keys.
You can customize the functions of these press keys according to your own habits, and you can uncheck "Enable press keys" in the lower left corner to turn off these functions. Place the cursor over one of the buttons on the screen of your computer to check its default value. Click a button and then a pop-up dialog box appears. Choose what you want and set its function.
Refer to this table of settings below to help you decide if you want to change the existing settings.
Note: The performance of functions in the table below is up to the device that users have connected.
|Keyboard Key||Click on the input box above and enter a valid key combination to create a shortcut.|
|Mouse Key||Select the functions of a Mouse or Wheel. Please see the picture below for detailed information of these functions. Mouse: Left Button, Right Button, Middle Button, and Double-left Click. Wheel: Wheel Forward and Wheel Backward. Other functions: Ctrl, Alt, Shift, and Win .|
|Switch||Select among Switch Screen, Switch Brush.|
|Run Program||Click Browse and select the program that you want to run quickly. After that, press the key to launch the item.|
|System Application||You can apply these functions to press keys: Lock the Screen, Sleep, Power Off, Show/Hide Desktop, Task View, Start Menu, and Calculator.|
|Multimedia||You can apply these functions to press keys: Previous Song, Next Song, Play/Pause,Volume up, Volume down, and Muted.|
|Precision Mode||You can toggle between normal precision and a precision that you choose, from Fine to Ultra Fine. In the Precision Mode window that appears, move the slider to set the precision that you toggle into. For example, if you assign Precision Mode to a pen button, when you press the pen button, you switch to working in the precision that you selected from the slider. When you press the pen button again, you switch back to working in the normal precision. Press “Esc” to exit Precision Mode.|
|Pan/Scroll||This function allows you to pan and scroll in a document or item by moving the pen tip up and down or right and left.When you select Pan/Scroll, the Scroll Speed window appears. Move the slider to your preferred scrolling speed.|
|Quick Menu||Pick it up and you can use the key to pull up the Quick Menu. Detailed information for reference is down below this table.|
|Fixed Pressure Sensitivity||You can lock the pressure at the current level until you release the component. For example, if you assign this setting to a pen button, you can paint with pressure sensitivity enabled in your application until you reach the brush size you like. Then, press and hold the pen button to lock in that brush size as long as you are pressing and holding the button.|
|None||When select None, the keys will not work.|
Note: The pictures are for reference only.
Click Customize in the picture above to call out a quick menu (see picture 1). For each of the six buttons on the left, users can enter a name for it and set unique function for it. After that, users can call up the Quick Menu by pressing the key (see picture 2). The menu disappears after a click on any of the six buttons. By clicking “Fix” once the menu will be fixed on the desktop while after a second try the “Fix” button changes to “Close” and the menu disappears (see picture 3). Put the cursor on the menu to drag it.
The pen nib of the digital pen can be set as Valid/Invalid according to users’ needs. Click the drop-down button to set its activity. In Valid mode, the pen works well, and in Invalid mode, the pen has a cursor movement, but cannot complete specified actions.
Microsoft Windows provides extensive support for pen input. Pen features are supported in such as Microsoft Office, Windows Whiteboard, Adobe Photoshop CC, SketchBook 6 and so on.
Users can adjust the pressure sensitivity level by dragging the slider in the Pressure Sensitivity Adjustment box according to your usage habits. Click the redo button at the top right to revert to the default pressure.
(1)To decide the force required for a pen to produce a click or a pressure sensation.
(2)You can change the slope of the pressure response curve.
(3)To determine how much pressure needs to be applied to the pen nib to reach the highest pressure sensitivity level.
*Draw lines in the Pressure Test box with the pen, and the bar on the right will simultaneously show the pressure changes on the pen nib. Click the “Delete” button above to remove the lines, reset the pressure sensitivity level and test it until you find the appropriate pressure sensitivity level.
*A steep curve means a more sensitive response.