Hi, I have just bought a new Fujitsu Lifebook T902 with windows 8 and I am experiencing some problems. 1) In the standard configuration the pen cursor is shifted from the stylus so I am trying to calibrate it with the standard microsoft pen calibration application that they linked on the desktop. The problem is that even when the pen is correctly calibrated with respect to the borders of the screen (which are actually the reference points of the calibration procedure) the cursor in the central area of the screen is still shifted (apparently there is a nonlinear mapping of the pen position to the screen). So I can't calibrate the pen correctly, I can just try to apply calibration that are wrong on the borders hoping to have a good calibration on the center. What can I do to solve this problem? Are there more sophisticated calibration tools? 2) I noticed also another additional problem: there are some applications such as xournal or mypaint that are not at all influenced by the calibration of the pen: they continue to see the stylus when it was in the standard configuration even if the cursor has been moved by the calibration: you actually see the pen writing at a fixed distance from the cursor. So I can't think of any way to calibrate the pen with these programs. Maybe it's a compatibility problem with windows 8 or what else?