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Q: Thinkpad Yoga 15 with active pen

Does anyone know if Lenovo is going to release the Thinkpad yoga 15 with an active pen or is this a dead dream at this point? My suppliers have no clue and even the touch only thinkpad yoga's are hard to get here in Canada.

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A: Thinkpad Yoga 15 with active pen

I ordered my Yoga 15 with intel realsense camera from Amazon US, and got it shipped to me in Nigeria, you can do same.With respect to the availability of the active pens with yoga 15, only Lenovo can help with that answer.

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Hey Guys I'm rather confused about the pen support for the new Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 15. I've read quite a bit about it and find the information quite inconsistent. Some say it does support active pen some say it will in april and some say it doesn't. What I would like to know:A.) What kind of pen technology does the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 15 support atm?B.) Are there any changes in sight? / When? / What changes?C.) Can I write on it while resting my hand on the screen aka has it palm rejection?D.) How good is it for note taking? Can it keep up with my writing speed? Links to videos where I can actually see it being used / tested would be greatly appreciated.

A:Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 15 Active Pen

From what I know there isn't too much information out so far. But here's what I found out. First off, the current Thinkpad Yoga 14 and 15 don't support pen digitizers at all, and will not in the future.Secondly, the Toshiba Encore 2 Write apparently uses the same technology. See this thread. Here's what I know:- It's called Wacom "Active ES" as in Active Electro Static.- It's battery powered. Unlike Wacom's older technology, you need a battery in the pen.- Palm rejection is more of a driver thing and not the technology. So it works, basically.- People say it feels "different", not sure if that means better or worse.- Precision is apparently very good, perhaps even better than the older tech without battery.- Pen lag (speed) doesn't seem to be an issue. Might even be better than the older technology. Other than that I personally couldn't find any information about whatever will be built into the Thinkpad Yoga 14 and 15 Only that they call it "Active Pen" and that it will be out in April. Also that the displays will support something called "anypen" which basically means you can use any pen-shaped metal object to write on the display. But that isn't really of any interest to me because I want pressure sensitivity.

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Hello Lenovo Community! Note: I do realise that there have been many related threads but after hours of research I still feel a bit lost and confused... I?m about to purchase a new laptop and I decided to go for another ThinkPad. The Yoga series seems like a nice and portable alternative for my current laptop + Wacom tablet setting. What made picking a particular one difficult is the fact that I need to be sure it?s pen enabled (with pressure sensitivity). The 12?s seem to be a safe choice as they have built-in pen slots, however they are also a little bit too small for my artistic needs. My dream TPY is at least 14? and has dedicated graphics and I?ve actually seen them around. The problem is that they don?t have a pen included I don?t know how to check if they work with digitizers. If I understand correctly, digitizer support is an option for 14?/15? models, so: How to check if a particular TPY supports the digitizer? Is there any indication of it in the detailed model code?If it isn?t that easy to verify, could those of you who already have a 14?/15? share their model codes so we could list them for future generations of pen-obsessed TPY seekers?  Thank you in advance for any help (including closing this thread and directing me to a place where the answer is! )

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Hello Lenovo Community!Note: I do realise that there have been many related threads but after hours of research I still feel a bit lost and confused... I?m about to purchase a new laptop and I decided to go for another ThinkPad. The Yoga series seems like a nice and portable alternative for my current laptop + Wacom tablet setting. What made picking a particular one difficult is the fact that I need to be sure it?s pen enabled (with pressure sensitivity). The 12?s seem to be a safe choice as they have built-in pen slots, however they are also a little bit too small for my artistic needs. My dream TPY is at least 14? and has dedicated graphics and I?ve actually seen them around. The problem is that they don?t have a pen included I don?t know how to check if they work with digitizers. If I understand correctly, digitizer support is an option for 14?/15? models, so:How to check if a particular TPY supports the digitizer? Is there any indication of it in the detailed model code?If it isn?t that easy to verify, could those of you who already have a 14?/15? share their model codes so we could list them for future generations of pen-obsessed TPY seekers?  Thank you in advance for any help (including closing this thread and directing me to a place where the answer is! )

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Just picked up a new Thinkpad Yoga. Definitely thrilled by the specifications, it seems to be the perfect laptop for me combining dedicated graphics, 2 in 1 capability, and most importantly, a wacom pen. However, upon getting it home, I find the pen doesn't work whatsoever. Curious, I went back to Best Buy and tried the pen on the display model. That one doesn't work either.Do these have some sort of widespread issue with the digitizer pens not working? Is there any known fix for this?













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A:Thinkpad Yoga 14 (20FY) Active Pen not working

Hi takantjas. Welcome to the forums.
 
Can you please post the full model number of you machine? for example mine is 20DM008UUS.
Which pen did you get with the Thinkpad Yoga 14?
 
Regards.

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I posted a similar question earlier and people referred me to the Yoga (much appreciated).  However, I was interested in the 2.6 lb carbon version with touch screen capabilities.  Asus has a Spin 7 model that is very good at 2.65lb, but I miss the red mouse toggle in the middle of the keyboard and Asus's track pad was designed too large....causing unintended tapping.  The Yoga, while nice, is heavier than I was looking for.  The 14 inch screen is about 3.3lb? the 12 inch at 3? I thought that some of the earlier Thinkpad Carbons had touch screen and was hoping they would make a return soon.  Thanks,

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Hello, I am looking for a laptop which can be securely attached/locked (so that I can let it during the night in the office). Could you please tell me if the following laptops have a security slot (Kensington or similar) to attach it somewhere?THINKPAD X1 CARBON (5TH GEN)THINKPAD X1 YOGA (2ND GEN) I do not find it described in the specifications, but from the available pictures, it seems that they have some kind of security slot. Thanks!

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The Thinkpad sticker with the red light above the 'i' doesn't turn on unless the screen turns to tablet mode. Is there any way for the light to stay on all the times? The one near the keyboard does work, the issue is with the light on the outside lid. 

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I am hhaving difficulty finding an acceptable scaling mix between resolution, system scaling, and edge scaling. At 1080p, 125%, 125%, os navigation is mostly fine, but edge text is way too large. At 1080p, 125%, 100%, edge text is way too small. At all combinations text is inflated (but crisp) in certain elements while fuzzy in others. What scaling combinations work best for you? I am considering returning this to Best Buy and upgrading to a Pro 4 / Book, or even a Mac. The scaling is ruining an otherwise great experience.

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So out of the box, my Yoga 920 was missing the batteries and tips for the Active Pen 2 but I got an empty pen.  So Lenovo ships me a new pen but this one is a Lenovo Active Pen although it does list 4096 levels of pressure.  What's the difference between the pens and is the original compatible with the Yoga 920?I have it still in the box... Thanks.

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Hello everyone. im new member here. The problem that i have faced from last on year on X1 Yoga (Type 20FQ, 20FR) Laptop Thinkpad is mostly sleeping issues. When i close the laptop with the option of Sleep mode in Windows 10. It will never wake up by pressing Power button & any keyboard button. Please help i have facing too many issues regarding sleep mode.. 

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Hello everyone. im new member here. The problem that i have faced from last on year on X1 Yoga (Type 20FQ, 20FR) Laptop Thinkpad is mostly sleeping issues. When i close the laptop with the option of Sleep mode in Windows 10. It will never wake up by pressing Power button & any keyboard button. Please help i have facing too many issues regarding sleep mode.. 

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I am looking for a laptop that is compatible with a digitizer pen for drawing on the screen. Does the 10 point touch version of Thinkpad P51  and Thinkpad X1 Yoga come wiht digitizer pens?

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I have two staff members with different Yoga models, but with the same pen issue. Say, for instance, OneNote is open. The pen doesn't draw or write, but it can select and still be recognized. When I try using an old stylus from an HP Elitebook, it works TOTALLY fine - even the button on the pen functions properly. This suddenly started after months of the Lenovo pens working fine. I thought maybe it was a driver issue, but it can't be as the HP pen works.... I'm thinking it's the pen itself just getting worn down? It looks okay though but may be just a little loose... Any help / direction would be greatly appreciated!

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Disclosure:  I received these laptops from Lenovo as part of their advocacy program, so huge thanks to the folks over at Lenovo. I don't receive compensation for my review, and as always, all opinions are my own.  
 
The ThinkPad X1 Yoga is first modern ThinkPad that I've ever owned.  I?ve been using Lenovo?s Ideapad lineup for a very long time, and while I?ve used ThinkPads in the past, the X1 Yoga will be my first personal ThinkPad that I own.  So how does it stack up to the Yoga 910?  Let?s find out! I have the i7 UHD model of the Yoga 910 and the i5 FHD model of the ThinkPad X1 Yoga.  I tried out the latest Yoga 920, but I haven?t tried the latest X1 Yoga yet? hopefully, I will! 
 
Hardware & Design
Even though both laptops carry ?yoga? in their name, the hardware behind them is vastly different.  The ThinkPad X1 Yoga has the classic ThinkPad black design, which is made of a carbon-fiber hybrid for the top cover and a magnesium-PPS hybrid for the bottom cover.  The Yoga 910 has a similar design from the Lenovo?s Yoga lineup, with an aluminum build throughout.  
 
 
 
The ThinkPad only comes in two colors: classic black and silver; whereas the Yoga has a whole suite of colors to choose from, such as silver, copper, bronze, and even a few exclusive designs, such as the Vibe designs for the Yoga 920 and the Star Wars themed designs for the Yoga 910. 
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After 6 months of use, the battery wear is 18% in my new ThinkPad X1 Yoga 2nd / X1 Yoga. I tried to reach lenovo service, but it's an endless lop of passwords and registerAny similar experiences o recommendations? 

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I have recently bought a Thinkpad Yoga 460 with Thinkpad Pen Pro. I leave it in the laptop slot for charging for more than a day and it gives me only a few minutes of usage. As per the user guide, it should be 80% charge in 15 seconds and 100% after 5 minutes. But it runs out of charge very soon. It shows me the low battery level indicator as soon as I use it on the screen. First day of usage (appox 4 days ago) it gave me about 30 - 45 minutes of continuous. But after that not more than 5 minutes. Please let me know if this is an issue with the Pen or Laptop charging port. Is there any way I can troubleshoot it?Please also let me know the average usage time for the pen, if you are continuously using it.










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A:Thinkpad yoga 460 - Thinkpad Pen Pro not charging ...

Hi
Welcome to the forums.
 
I do not have that kind of pen, but I think is the one that has some "bronce contacts" at the top of the pen. I had read some other post about it, just in case check that "contacts" to make sure they are touching with the charger when you put the pen into it's holder. Sometimes the contacts may move.
 
Regards

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Just curious, why is the new Thinkpad X1 Yoga I7, 16 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD, FHD about $1,000 more than the similarly equipped commercial Lenovo 910? 
 
Is it the ThinkPad brand name? The eraser nubbin? The 2 combined?
 
Just curious.
 
I've got a friend who needs a new laptop. She likes the touch/fold aspect of my 1st gen Thinkpad X1 Yoga. Do you all think she would be happy with the commercial Yoga 910? 
 
Any real reason to get the new plain FHD ThinkPad X1 Yoga instead of the similarly equipped commercial Yoga available at Best Buy besides spending an extra $1000 for the ThinkPad brand name?
 
I've owned 6 various ThinkPads since 2011 FWIW. I get it, they're cream of the crop. But I kinda got sticker shock when I just priced out a plain FHD (and we need nothing more) X1 Yoga. About  $2,800, wow!
 
Opinions and advice -- no spam please (thank you!) -- welcome.
 
Best to everyone...
 
J
 
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A:Why is the ThinkPad X1 Yoga $1,000 more than a similar Yoga 910?

@Jelks, The biggest difference I see between the X1 Yoga (2nd) and the Yoga 910 is active pen support which seems to be missing from the 910. You could use a capacitive stylus, but expect fingertip resolution, not pinpoint, and no pressure-sensitivity. Fewer USB ports: no HDMI or MicroSD; no Thunderbolt. No TPM module, if you need to store encrypted creditials, e.g., for BitLocker. Not sure about battery life; they claim up to 9 hours of local video for the 910 vs. up to 15 of MobileMark for the X1. Not an apple-to-apple comparison. You're not going to get the (soon to be patched, at least for now) security hole that is Intel's vPro management tech. You may not get Windows 10 Pro, possibly just Home (but you could always give Microsoft the money to upgrade if you need BitLocker or Remote Access). You're not going to get all the "mil-spec" design and testing etc, but if it's a personal machine, you're probably going to avoid abusing it. As you suggest, the "wave" keyboard -- including the trackpoint "eraser nubbin" -- is definitely going to be more expensive on the ThinkPad than the plain Yoga keyboard. I used two generations of ThinkPads (T61p and W520), but about 3 years ago I switched to a Dell XPS 13. A year or so ago, I ordered a X1 Yoga 1st gen for my wife and she likes it very much, so I am pretty familiar with the design and capabilities. TLDR: I think most people would be happy with the 910 vs. X1 unless they want the active pen. Als... Read more

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Is this pen compatible with the Helix 20CG / 20CH ? http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/itemdetails/4X80H34887/460/41E9A3C3FB5A45A9AC47C56812E4188C#reviews literally have had no luck looking up documentation and calling/talking to support. The only helpful thing was the matching of the FRU number with the Helix 2nd Gen's documentation. And what about the Active pen?  










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A:ThinkPad Pen Pro vs. Lenovo Active Pen | Compatibi...

Using a 20CH and very satisfied with the (passive) Wacom digitizer pen. Very precise and does not need any battery. It was delivered with the device (but very hidden at the bottom of the box).

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Hello, I recently received a new Thipad P50 laptop for work and worked on it several times without issue while connected to a power source. However, when relying on battery power only, I've been experiencing very unusual behavior which leads to many typos as keystrokes are not registering when typing. What's happening is while typing, every few seconds I notice the active window appears to "toggle" and by this i mean that the translucent header above the address bar flashes and changes color slightly, similar to what happens when toggling between active windows. This occurs frequently while typing, and while it toggles, keystrokes simply do not register resulting in many typos. For example, in typing this message, it's taken me three times as long as it should because I have to re-type and correct typos. This is maddening! At first I thought it may relate to slightly resting my hand on ttouchpad or related keys that is resulting in this but can confirm this is not the case as I'm making a point to not rest my palms on the laptop and am still experiencing the issue. I have not done too much experimenting trying to identify the source but I have noticed that I only seem to experience this issue while working from the laptop battery. I do not seem to experience the problem while connected to a power source. I've tried changing the power settings hoping this may help but to no avail. If i can't get this remedied, I will have to return the laptop. Of what use is thi... Read more

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I recently bought a Lenovo Thinkpad Active Pen, and got it today. I put it all together and realized that Thinkpad and my Ideapad Flex 4 are totally different comuters. I was wondering if it would still work or not. Should I return the pen and get a new one? If so, which type of pen should i get? Thanks!

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I've just purchased a Active Pen to use with my Yoga 520 however nothing happens when I try and use it. I've tried downloading the Active Pen for Windows 10 (64-bit) software and restarting my laptop but still nothing happens. Is there anything else I need to do to make the software compatible or to set up the pen? Thanks!

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Hey everyone, I'm thinking about buying the Yoga 720 and I was wondering if it's compatible with the Active Pen 2. Has anyone used the two devices together?

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This popped up on a laptop today:Prompt Text: Active protection is not functioning as system detected the abnormal sensor status.  To diagnose the sensor device, run PC DOCTOR DOS - HDD Active Protection Test and if ti still shows, contact Help and Service for repair. Which got me wondering: Since all of our ThinkPad's (T440s through T480s; X240 through X270; X1 Carbon Gens 2 through 4; X1 Yoga) use SSD's, is there any value in keeping TAPS?

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Hello, Just purcased my lenovo 720 and an active pen 2, I have downloaded the wacom driver and connected + configured my pen. Unofrtunatley I am still having the issue where my pen will still write on the screen without me touching the actual screen. this becomes and issue when taking notes or using the pen as a cursor, because I will being to write and a little scribble will show up before I write, and when using it as a cursor, it will just click whatever I am hovering over. I have tried to reduce the sensitivity, but with no success. I have looked at the configurable options under "Pen & Windoes Ink" and no dice. I must be missing something somewhere please help. The only thing I want is for the pen to write only when I touch the screen, not hovering over it. Thanks, Ken

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I bought a Yoga 520 and the touchscreen does not work. anyone knows what can i do?

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Hello, I'd like to know if the Yoga 520 offers an active digitizer making the use of an active pen possible. Not a passive/capacitive one, but an ACTIVE one. I've recently bought a notebook which said it had support for active pens and ended up with a touchscreen instead which offers capacitive pen support only. I aim to use Staffpad with it so if I could be informed of it's compatibility with the app that'd be better.

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So recently I bought the Lenovo Active Pen (GX80K32882) off of Amazon, and it's been working fine. I decided to switch from the included pen because it was larger and gave more of a natural feeling. However, today when I pulled out the built-in pen, it didn't work. I've tried restarting and updating drivers to no avail. I'm not sure if it's because the charging pins were somehow bent and it's now out of battery, or because of some other hardware/software issue. Has anyone else had this issue and found a fix? Thanks!

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Hi, so I got this weird issue pop up with my active pen 2. When I move the pen to the upper side of the screen the cursor jumps around and gets stuck. Seems to be a problem with the calibration, but I have redone it several times now and to no effect. Hope the pictures help

A:Active pen 2 issue on yoga 720

The pictures are me holding the pen still. And you can see the higher I go the more off the cursor gets...

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I have a quick question regarding the lenovo active pen. I have a yoga 3 pro 1370. Will the active pen work for my yoga? I`m not sure if it will or not due to it not being a 900s but thought i would ask just to clear it up for me.  Thanks!

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Just purchased a Yoga 920 which includes an Active Pen2.    Looking at the parts list that was included with the computer, it looks like Lenovo did not include the Replacement Tool and the replacement tips for the Pen they included with the Yoga 920. Can someone confirm this?  Is there a way to order the replacement tool and tips from Lenovo? Thanks!!

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Hello!I got a brand new YOGA 520, which have i7-8th gen, Nvidia Graphics and sadly only 128Gb SSD + 1Tb HDD.I tried to get info everywhere i could and did not find any solution. So I'm asking if I can upgrade SSD without getting rid of Warranty (have 3y on-site). For second part, have anyone tried Lenovo Active pen 2 with this laptop? Or any other active pen (Wacom, etc.) The pen included is quite small so i will lost it in no time . Thank you all in advance 

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I purchased a Yoga 720 less than 3 weeks ago, it came with an Active Pen 2 and I've been using it in classes as a notebook with onenote.I was solving something one hour ago and stopped writing for a second and when I came back the pen started stuttering for some reason, as if the pen disconnects and reconnects rapidly, I know it does because when I try to select it stops the selection and repositions the selection spot.Wacom Pen app says battery is full I don't know what to doAlso the hover is also stuttery and is sometimes recognized as clicks

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Hello,i've purchased recently an active pen for my Yoga 900s.works pretty good.im looking for a driver for enhancing the accuracy of the pen, but couldnt find any.is it possible that lenovo didnt release any driver for this pen for the 900s?thanks

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Hello, Just purcased my lenovo 720 and an active pen 2, I have downloaded the wacom driver and connected + configured my pen. Unofrtunatley I am still having the issue where my pen will still write on the screen without me touching the actual screen. this becomes and issue when taking notes or using the pen as a cursor, because I will being to write and a little scribble will show up before I write, and when using it as a cursor, it will just click whatever I am hovering over. I have tried to reduce the sensitivity, but with no success. I have looked at the configurable options under "Pen & Windoes Ink" and no dice. I must be missing something somewhere please help. The only thing I want is for the pen to write only when I touch the screen, not hovering over it. Thanks, Ken

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Can anyone please post links (and model#) to all the Active Pens that work with this laptop? Also, is Lenovo Active Pen 2 available here in the USA? 

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Hi, I bought yoga 920 with active pen 2 last week.But the active pen 2 does not work at all with the laptop.I gauss it's because that the wamcom WinTab driver is missing.But I cannot find any download link of the driver for yoga 920.Any ideas ? 

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I previously owned an X1 Yoga 1st Gen and now own a 3rd Gen (20LD).  Fantastic machines (I love reading with the X1 yoga-ed to the tablet position) except for one aggravation ... the Active Pen(s) are almost impossible to use to highlight text in Kindle.  I have tried both the Active Pen that comes with the X1 and Active Pen 2. Let's see if I can explain in words: To highlight any text, I press the top button, place the nib at the beginning of the desired text, then drag to the end point.  If the end point is at the end of, say, a paragraph with no text to the right of the last word, I can continue to drag the nib to the right, then lift and release the button, and all of the text that I selected remains highlighted and I can then add a note or colored highlighting, etc.  Perfect.  Exactly, what I want. BUT, if the end point has text to the right of it, I must stop at the end point, lift and release the button.  But by doing so, the highlighted text truncates to the final word and a Dictionary definition for that word pops up.  NOT what I want, at all!  This action repeats every time no matter how I drag the nib, release the button, cross my legs, or hold my breath.  ARRGH!  And this behavior occurs in other reader type programs, as well. Am I missing something?  How can I get this to work without having to resort to using a mouse?  Is this something that the Active Pen/Wacom people can fix -... Read more

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Hey everyrone,i need a help, i have Lenovo Yoga 520, and want to buy smart pen. i prefer to buy lenovo's pen..i find that there is 3 type in their website:1. Lenovo Active Pen 1 - for Miix, Yoga 900s, Yoga 720 and Flex 5  2. Lenovo Active Pen 2 for Yoga3. ThinkPad Pen Pro my questions, which one is supported by Lenovo Yoga 520 ?! if there is more than one which is better ?i asked because when i seached in forums .. i see review and videos for yoga 700+ 900+ and not for 520 ..i have to be sure before i order one thanks 


























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Hello. I am currentlly experiencing issues with Adobe Photoshop CS6 when using the Active pen that comes with the Yoga 14. When "Press and hold for right clicking" is disabled in Pen and Touch settings, any click-and-drag actions using the pen in Photoshop causes the cursor to stick. I recorded these to illustrate the problem: Using mouse (how it's supposed to work)Using pen (strangely enough, when I use screen recording, the pen's cursor doesn't appear to move, so I had to record with my phone to show the issue) If I use modifier keys (alt, shift, ctrl) while clicking with the pen in Photoshop, the same thing happens: the pen cursor seems to be stuck in place as I move the pen. These issues seem to happen exclusively with Photoshop - the pen behaves normally in other softwares. Also, I cannot enable "press and hold", because that will just lead to a different issue that has been known for years in Photoshop. I have tried different methods to fix this, including disabling Windows ink, and disabling press and hold is the only thing that works.

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Hi, quick question: I bought a Yoga 2 Pro in late 2014. It has a touchscreen and after upgrading to Windows 10 some time ago, I now noticed the Windows Ink workspace icon up as an option. Will it work with an (any) active pen or just (if at all) with one of these regular (capacitive) stylus pens? I have searched for quite some time now but couldn't find a conclusive answer anywhere. Thanks! 

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Dear AllIst:I have bought new yoga 8th generation with active pen option.I am using this pen but i am unable to scroll pages when i try to scroll up down but scrolling is  working with my finger scroll at any part of screen.2nd: copy paste dialog option is not appearing when i try to select some text for copy. 

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Hi, is this pen compatible with yoga 520? https://www.amazon.it/gp/product/B00VES9FHG/ref=s9u_simh_gw_i4?ie=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B00VES9FHG&pd_rd_r=T7... On the product page it is written that yoga 520 has the active pen support, so i think that the better thing to do is to buy Lenovo official active pen (?)Thanks 

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