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This 'about me' will probably be updated when I have the time to edit every site-profile manually, and when I can be more active on the network.

Till then, this remains a placeholder account with all of my previous questions, comments, and whatever else is tied to my alias on SE.

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Nov
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awarded  Yearling
Oct
11
comment Any way to use an Android tablet as a cheap touch-screen (display + pointer-input-device) for Photoshop?
This actually looks quite good. So yeah, maybe primarily for retouching where fluid precision isn't as crucial as in the initial drawing. That said, why in separate answers? I'm not aware of a limit against that several images/one answer and those last two answers merely complement the original.
Oct
10
comment Any way to use an Android tablet as a cheap touch-screen (display + pointer-input-device) for Photoshop?
Oct 10, 2013: No luck with pressure sensitivity on the LEAP, overall a bit... shaky. I decided on a new Intuos (rebranded bamboo) so I guess I'm surrendering this time :'(
Oct
10
comment Any way to use an Android tablet as a cheap touch-screen (display + pointer-input-device) for Photoshop?
Also, no pressure sensitivity makes it a no-no...
Oct
10
comment Any way to use an Android tablet as a cheap touch-screen (display + pointer-input-device) for Photoshop?
That's much, much better than I would've thought possible by a smart phone. Kudos! I imagine, though, that latency was significant. By the end of this year I will... be obliged to settle on a something. I decided on a new Intuos (not Intuos5; but the refreshed/rebranded bamboos). After some time with a bamboo (from a relative), I still can't get used to looking where my hand isn't! So we'll see.
Jul
9
comment Any way to use an Android tablet as a cheap touch-screen (display + pointer-input-device) for Photoshop?
Looks good! But the choppiness -- is it because of the program (some kind of connection overhead), or is it because of the smartphone (a more powerful tablet would fare better)? I'm also excited to see how well pressure sensitivity levels work in Ps. Good luck :)
May
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awarded  Nice Question
May
12
revised Any way to use an Android tablet as a cheap touch-screen (display + pointer-input-device) for Photoshop?
Last edit, swear! Re-ordered so the most recent news is on top.
May
12
revised Any way to use an Android tablet as a cheap touch-screen (display + pointer-input-device) for Photoshop?
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May
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revised Any way to use an Android tablet as a cheap touch-screen (display + pointer-input-device) for Photoshop?
Added the "LEAP Motion Controller"
Jan
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awarded  Self-Learner
Oct
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awarded  Famous Question
Sep
14
comment Any way to use an Android tablet as a cheap touch-screen (display + pointer-input-device) for Photoshop?
This looks seriously fantastic! The next shipment is due in March 2013, I'll most probably order one. At that price and with those reviews (and similar ones since I now know the brand), I'd say 4 years for the tablet and 1 for the pens would be great!
Aug
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Aug
15
revised Any way to use an Android tablet as a cheap touch-screen (display + pointer-input-device) for Photoshop?
Cleaned it up.
Aug
15
revised Any way to use an Android tablet as a cheap touch-screen (display + pointer-input-device) for Photoshop?
Corrected spelling and fixed grammar.
Aug
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revised Any way to use an Android tablet as a cheap touch-screen (display + pointer-input-device) for Photoshop?
Links!
Aug
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Aug
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answered Any way to use an Android tablet as a cheap touch-screen (display + pointer-input-device) for Photoshop?
Aug
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