Can a stylus and touch screen be used at the exact same time on a Notebook 9 Pro?

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  1. overground55

    overground55 Newbie

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    Hey NotebookReview community,
    I have purchased a Notebook 9 Pro, and when I work in Photoshop, I would like with one hand to be working on something with the stylus such as an illustration, and with the other hand pinching and zooming around the canvas. I went into the settings for 'Pen & Windows Ink' and unchecked 'ignore touch input when using my pen.' That did not seem to solve the problem. As it stands, I have to constantly lift my stylus if I want to use my other hand to adjust the canvas.
    • Is there any way I can do both of these actions at the same time?
    • What way(s) can I solve this problem of needing to do both of these things at the same time?
    • If this is impossible to do on the Notebook 9 Pro, would a feature like this be available on any other devices that come to mind?
    If anyone has any thoughts, I will gladly hear them. Thank you all for your help.
     
  2. Dannemand

    Dannemand Decidedly Moderate Super Moderator

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    Hi overground55, welcome to NBR. And congrats on your Notebook 9 Pro.

    I did see see your last question here, but as our lead mod pointed out at the time, you already had good response on our sister site tabletpcreview.com. I see you also posted this new question there a few minutes before posting it here.

    We don't allow cross posting in multiple sections or forums in order to avoid wasting other members' time. I can tell you that few things are more frustrating than spending time writing a comprehensive response to a question, only to discover later that it was already answered in another thread.

    I do understand why you want to cast a wide net, since not many members will be able to answer questions like this. Really, I get it. But the proper way (and our rule) is to wait 24 hours after posting in one place: If you have not received a response by then, you can re-post elsewhere.

    As an exception I'll leave this thread open for now in the hopes that someone will be able to answer your question (which unfortunately I can not). If you get responses on tabletpcreview.com we'll close this thread.
     
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  3. overground55

    overground55 Newbie

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    Thanks for the gracious response Dannemand,
    for the future I will wait 24 hours before posting twice, if I see that no response has been made. Thanks again!
     
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