RE: A little stylus insight, please.
Any insight on the different cursors that are shown on the screen, what they do, and how you switch between them? Making me crazy. Thanks
I didn't respond earlier, because I think I'm just going to confuse matters more . . . .
I don't get any cursor, unless I hold the stylus bottom button down, in which case a circle appears where I am; also, if I hold the stylus to the screen, that circle will get drawn and the right-click menu will appear. I assume that both of these are supposed to assist the user in understanding where the pen is on the tablet and what is happening.
However, if I turn on "Mouse Keys" under Ease of Access Center/Make the mouse easier to use (under the Control Panel on the desktop side of Windows), I will get a tiny cross-hairs circle showing where the stylus is on the screen--again, I assume, to help the user. I'm not sure I like the extra "tick" on the screen and so have turned it off. (Note: when I turn this feature on, sometimes an arrow will appear instead; after I tap the screen a first time, the arrow gets replaced by the tiny cross-hairs; also, if I turn the feature off, it does not go away for me until the tablet is turned off or put into standby.)
If you're getting the small cross-hairs and don't want it, it may be through the Ease of access/mouse setting.
And so, have I confused you enough now? 😉