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    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
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    As to the prism thing you mentioned, sounds intriguing. I don't know a thing about the mechanics of it. I'm only a user in that case.
    I search by the keyword "wedge",„Touch“,„Monitor“,... and found one href
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/rese...ect/the-wedge/
    I'll watch it later.

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    Great you are encouraging your Daughter. I have only used Artrage for 3 years and was unable to afford Wacom so bought a refurbished Ugee 1910 monitor where I can use stylist direct to screen.

    Practice is the key and not to get disheartened, there are lots of you tube tutorials and if she joins forums help in abundance.

    I am still a novice compared to most but have achieved some good results in my opinion.

    http://www.stewsart.co.uk

    StewsArt

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    Quote Originally Posted by StewsArt View Post
    Great you are encouraging your Daughter. I have only used Artrage for 3 years and was unable to afford Wacom so bought a refurbished Ugee 1910 monitor where I can use stylist direct to screen.

    Practice is the key and not to get disheartened, there are lots of you tube tutorials and if she joins forums help in abundance.

    I am still a novice compared to most but have achieved some good results in my opinion.

    http://www.stewsart.co.uk

    StewsArt
    Ugee... It has no rotation reporting? I have tested color blending in artRage2 versus artRage5 and... there is a cardinal improvement! I can blend a color circle from red-yellow-blue. By the way, good site! How about x9 prices to track discounts „in-line“, e.g. 299$ with discount 30% = 209.3030% discounted.
    E.q., 299 -(299+1-1)/100*30=299-(300-1)/100*30=299-(3*30 (whole numbers!)+(1Cent)*30=(299-90)+.30$=209.30$ where the cents is the „in-line recorded discounts“.
    It's clear that we can by the price format say „What the discounts we can get if we...“.
    Last edited by roma Golich; 4 Weeks Ago at 04:24 PM. Reason: Arithmetical example, algebraic has the same form.

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