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Discussion in 'iPad Help' started by rocshaus, Dec 1, 2010.

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    Ok, so this question goes out to anyone using a stylus. Is there any way to calibrate the ipad so that you don't have to guess where your lines (brush strokes, etc.) are going to land when you are drawing? I have sort of figured out "about" where my line will land, but come on, every touch device I have ever owned has had some rudimentary form of touch calibration whether for finger touch or stylus use...
    BTW, I know that I don't have to calibrate the iPad for my fat fingers when I'm browsing the web, or flipping through photos or any of the 99% of things it's generally used for, but I'm not trying to draw or photo edit with my fingers. That's why I bought a stylus. As such I would like a bit more precision. Thanks in advance for any help you guys can provide. :)
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    No need for it just take a few days & you will be calibrated to your iPad..:D

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