[Sidefx-houdini-list] Wacome tablet and field entries
alex at franktheplumber.com
Mon Sep 13 22:12:19 EDT 2010
Ah, I will have to start incorporating this slight lift in my workflow...
I can see the advantages of the window focus, but it does feel like it is a
little too sensitive in Houdini. Maybe the idea is to make more parts of
the interface sensitive to certain keystroke combinations?
Thanks for the explanation Ron.
On 9/13/10 7:09 PM, "Ron Schab" <ron.schab at gmail.com> wrote:
> H10 had the same thing.
> As far as I am aware it has to do with the convenient way Houdini captures
> mouse position and relates keyboard input to that (contextual keyboard
> I.e. *"mouse over viewport"+ tab* results in a dropdown with relevant inputs
> which is different to* "mouse over network editor" + tab *dropdown.
> Whilst using a mouse the issue you are describing annoys far less (as
> usually you just let go of the mouse =>focus is still where you last
> clicked) it is still there as well, if you move your mouse before you start
> Using a Wacom makes this a lot more apparent UNLESS you start lifting your
> pen perpendicular of the tablet before letting go of your pen.
> There might be a way of turning this feature of though, but then you will
> lose it's advantages too.
> Hope this made sence ;)
> Ron Schab
> On Tue, Sep 14, 2010 at 11:09, Alex Czetwertynski
> <alex at franktheplumber.com>wrote:
>> Has anyone noticed (on OSX) that when you a select a field with a Wacom and
>> then move your pen away or put it down to enter some values, you loose
>> on the field? I constantly have to make sure my pen is properly hovering
>> over the field to be able to type in it....Very annoying
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