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Re: filmscanners: What causes this and is there any easy solution ?

Even better might be a wacom (or other) tablet, which gives the additional
benefit of pressure sensitivity. Holding a pen seems much more natural than a
mouse for fine movements and raising the pen up and down is much better than
clicking the mouse for cloning. Beyond all this I'm not subject to the backaches
that used to come from extended photoshop use.

With limited space even a 4x5 tablet works well. A better more expensive than a
mouse but I think worth it.

John M.

"Maris V. Lidaka, Sr." wrote:

> Be sure that you are using an *optical* mouse or trackball - it will track
> much more smoothly..
> | Maybe, with practice I will be able to select sections better. Has anyone
> | tried adjusting their mouse movement settings (slow it down,reduce
> | accelleration) to make this easier ?
> |
> | Steve
> |


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