(I vaguely remember this or similar issue might have been discussed before in the old TPCR forum which is now closed.)
When I write a letter, e.g., “C”, I’m pretty sure I was drawing a curve, but the beginning part is recognized as a short straight line segment:
I tried changing the “click threshold” in HP Create Control Panel on my HP ZBook x2, but both the lowest and highest thresholds still won’t improve it or resolve the issue:
If I draw a curve extremely slow, this might be improved sometimes (but seems not always). But my main usage is note-taking/writing, so I must write/draw something quickly or at least not slowly. I’m wondering why this happens. Is this related to Wacom EMR initial activation force, or could this be a driver issue?
I wrestled with this and discovered through random trial and error that changing the tip sensitivity in the Wacom driver made the problem go away, at least on the gear I use:
-Though, you do have to fudge with the pressure response curve in Clip Studio Paint to compensate. It’s probably the same in other software, but I don’t really draw anywhere else these days.
Anyway, I think the core problem has to do with the clock speed of the under-screen digitizer. I vaguely recall that Wacom antennas run at something like 240 or even 120 Hz, which, when you do the math, is pretty slow on the uptake. -Those are old numbers though, sussed out from more than 10 years ago when I was really digging into the tech. The newer Wacom gear might be faster now.