Touch-screen computer with photoshop help?

I just got the full version of Photoshop cs6 and was planning to start some digital artwork, but I can't seem to figure out how I can use my touchscreen all-in-one computer to draw anything.

What happens:

I placed my finger on the canvas to start drawing and it drags the image instead of letting me draw. However, when I start off the image and move in to draw something it works fine.

Is there a way I can lock or change a setting so it wouldn't move the image and let me draw? I'm looking for an answer and not a "THERE IS A GLITCH/ THIS WONT WORK". Thank you.

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  • B K
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    8 years ago
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    Is Photoshop CS6 even compatible with a touch screen computer - can the touch screen be used as an input device? Did you even bother to check?

    As far as I know, you'd need a Wacom Penabled display to do stuff like this - don't think a regular touch screen will work.

    Seems you are not the only one who has tried and failed, and Adobe doesn't appear to have answered it yet: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1078064 - http://forums.adobe.com/message/4613724#4613724

    Usually such work is done using a graphics tablet and a pen stylus. Touch screens have no pressure sensitivity like a real graphics tablet. Even cheap Wacom Bamboo tablets have this.

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  • 4 years ago

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  • 4 years ago

    i does not advise paying for a pill pc and connecting it to you important pc to apply as a drawing floor, as there are apps so you might use desirable on the pill pc. additionally, elementary Wacom pills variety everywhere from $eighty-$500 so there is not any clarification why you are able to desire to purchase yet another pc to do the interest, exceptionally in view that pill desktops are going for $2 hundred+ presently. would besides get some thing it fairly is suitable for the interest.

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