--- Comment #14 from Sabine Wieluch <sabine.wiel...@googlemail.com> ---
> (In reply to Boudewijn Rempt from comment #12)
> > Btw, we're at 4.1.0 now. I still don't have a setup with two wacom tablets
> > on one windows system, but I'm wondering if it's still reproducible.
Sadly, I can not test this at the moment as I switched from Win10 to kubuntu.
> The reporter's setup is with a Cintiq and a built-in digitizer. Now that I
> think about it, the built-in digitizer probably comes with some sort of
> Wacom Feel driver instead of the Intuos/Cintiq driver. They might had the
> Intuos/Cintiq driver installed which doesn't handle the built-in digitizer
> properly (just a guess). If both digitizers are Cintiq/Intuos which uses the
> same driver, there might not be a problem.
I can confirm this. The driver for the built in digitizer is called WinTab
Unitity (from Lenovo Download Page) and looks similar to the bamboo drivers I
used some years ago (which were feel it). The Cintiq driver definitly was a
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