1. phamann's Avatar
    Seriously? I can't find any way in settings at least, to turn on palm rejection. It renders scetcbook practically useless for me.
    09-11-2012 06:51 PM
  2. StuartV's Avatar
    AFAIK, the app has to be specially coded to accept Pen Only input.

    Which brings up an interesting point. It seems like Samsung would have an option in Settings to enable Pen Only input at the OS level. Then you could use ANY app with the stylus and be assured of 100% complete palm rejection.
    09-11-2012 08:56 PM
  3. kelvinkindchow's Avatar
    I don't think it is possible for an ipad app to completely get rid of the palm rejection problem.

    Afterall, the device is built to take input directly from hand.

    You may want to try stylus handpad. See link below:

    anicelydone.com

    It's quite comfortable to wear, and a much easier to put on compare to glove.
    No palm rejection for Autodesk SketchBook Pro?-stylus-handpad.jpg
    09-12-2012 12:31 AM
  4. phamann's Avatar
    The bundled S note app has palm rejection. I will check out that prosthetic zombie paw ( not knock, just feeling cheeky).
    You cant turn it off insettings ( at least not that Ive found).
    Thanks!
    09-12-2012 08:06 PM
  5. kiotu's Avatar
    In my case, I think the palm rejection works just fine both in S note and sketch pro (and in other s-pen apps recommended by samsung). Just try and test it this way: set the "air view" on, and when the display captures the hovering point of your s-pen then the palm rejection works. So when you draw you shouldn't pull away the pen too far from the display (the hovering point must be detected) and you can move your palm freely on the display without being registered as drawing movement or pan/zoom gesture.
    10-29-2012 08:41 AM

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