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does anybody witj illustrator cs6 using the default stylus has the same problem as me, of the stylus never releasing? I zoom in, make an square and releas to see an specific part of my drawing... but for some reason my stylus nevé release, and so continues zoom in in and in and in.... until I select another tool, making my zoom tool rather unusable. someone help!

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Sounds like pen tip might be sticking. You should test with another compatible pen. If you have a nearby Microsoft store, maybe they'll swap it out for you.

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oh noo!! there are no such stores like that where I live, but i do have the warranty, so maybe... is a hardware problem? that would be.. wonderful if it is... Is it the same stylus as the surface pro 1?

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Yes, the pens are the same in the SP1 and 2. There are plenty of replacements you can try, including S-Pens designed for Samsung Galaxy Notes. The key is to see whether the repeated clicking is reproducible with a different pen.

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agh...is really hard for me to get another stylus to test it without sneakily entering into a nest buy with my sp2 under my arm. But well Ill give it a try, because apparently I tried today outside on the windows explorer, tried to make a selection like in illustrator, of an square... and it worked! but sgaonndping the same in illustrator give the same issue, I hope is not my illustrator or should I download the updates?

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Once you install the latest Wacom driver, let me know if you still have the issue with Illustrator. The fact that it works correctly in the desktop and not in the program leads me to think it's the driver. Until the most recent version of Illustrator CC, the program required Wintab support. That is what the Wacom drivers provide.

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well it gets better just a little, but still i cant pick up the color with the stylus, just like it select it and then i need to clic it with my finger... and also O tested today a bamboo stylus from another guy andnthe same with the color palette and well the zoom, get better a little. just wondering can I map a right click within the radial menu? I cant right? also I tried to map the ctrl, and the alt, but well i guess i need to map a complete action right? light ctrl+z or the alt innpsd that is for picking colors

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