Tablet and screen
I have a tablet, and bought a 16:9 computer screen... which is not proportional to the tablet's dimensions! :/
Not only are the images distorted when they show up on the screen, but also, it is a pain to use my tablet, as even a simple shape such as a circle drawn on the tablet appears as an oval on the screen. Which pretty much means I can't draw directly on on my comp.
Anyone knows of a method to shrunk the screen workspace to regular proportions when working on images? I know this option exists on some TVs, so I guess it should be possible here?
Any help appreciated!
I just change my tablet settings to use the top half of my tablet.
But how I would do that?
Plus, I have an A5 tablet, wouldn't it be too small then?
If you guys have other tips, I'm all ears!
You have a Wacom, right? Just go into Mapping in the tablet properties and check Force Proportions.
Yep, it's a wacom, I'm still pretty new with it, I'll try that, thanks!
BUT, this doesn't correct the image which is horizontally enlarged, does it?... that means that if I draw something directly with my tablet, it will appear normal on my screen, but too thin on regular screens, no?
Basically I thought that there were maybe a simple screen setting option, that enabled me to go back to 4/3 format instead of 16/9.
I'll ty what you guys have recommended, too. Thanks.
Widescreen monitors just add more space to either side so the program windows have more room...it doesn't actually stretch the contents like a widescreen television does.