Plumbago --- new Microsoft note-taking app

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  1. WillAdams

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    DRTigerlilly Tablet Lead Mod (Retired) Super Moderator

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    What an odd name...will try it out!
    Thanks for the find!
     
  4. WillAdams

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    Tried it. Rather liked what has been done thus far.

    Problems/ feature requests:

    - Doesn't like the tablet up side down
    - Limited pen selection. Why do so few programs support a chisel-edged italic nib?

    The colour wheel is quite nice and I like the gridded page layout.

    Couldn't figure out how to write a review though.
     
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    Smoothing doesn't seem to work. There are random glitches in curved strokes whether smoothing is set 0 or cranked up to 10. Also seeing lag and missed strokes on an SP4. I received reports of similar problems on SP3s.
     
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    It cuts off many of my quick strokes on my new SP4 (I write in block print). I installed this before using OneNote and thought the SP4 pen was just crappy compared to my SP2, but it's just a Plumbago problem (whew).
     
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    Doesn't support notebooks in the cloud do for a multiple devices gal it becomes a tad cumbersome. But it looks nice, looks like good shopping lists

    Twitter is to communications as haiku is to literature.
     
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    Steve S Pen Pro - Senior Member Super Moderator

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    ...Inkseine for the 21st Century...?
     
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    <<...Smoothing doesn't seem to work...>>

    surfaceproartist: I'm curious. Have you tried it on the Z Canvas?
     
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    I thought the same thing when i saw it, Is it wrong that I prefer InkSeine?
     
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