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just got a new wacom tablet , mapped the right mouse button for selecting ,everything great but how can i get rid of the 3D cursor,wich is following my pointer the all time ??? (disabling it in user- pref just left it frozen in the middle ...)


unfortunatly after installing window 10 , reinstalling the driver , the stylus is not selcting with RM button , just get a variation of usless ripple effect at the cursor and it does not select anymore...

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    $\begingroup$ disable continuous grab in the system preferences. $\endgroup$
    – user1853
    Aug 29, 2015 at 2:23

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I've been using a wacom tablet for a long time. What works for me is mapping the tip to click, the lower button for right click, top button to double click. Then I enable Emulate 3 Button mouse.

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  • To zoom in I use CtrlAlt while pressing/draggin the pen
  • Alt Drag to rotate
  • ShiftAlt Drag to move siedeways and up/down
  • Selecting I do by hovering over the vertices/edges/faces and clicking on the lower button

I like this configuration because Continuous grab lets me select and grab in a single operation.

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  • $\begingroup$ well , i have exactly this setting and the 3D cursor is still following my pointer wherever i select... $\endgroup$ Aug 29, 2015 at 4:06
  • $\begingroup$ well thanks + i had to map in Blender Pref the 3Dcursor to "doubleclick" so it's not in the way anymore. $\endgroup$ Aug 29, 2015 at 4:51
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Go to Blender Preferences> Input> Tablet> Tablet API set it to Windows Ink.

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