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Topic: Second Content
bequiet Posted: Tuesday, February 11, 2020 10:42:43 AM
B.Nickerson wrote:
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Agree! Secondary content is an embellishment... according to Zazzle's own documentation, embellishments will PAY a 5% royalty not COST one.


+1 Amen.

+1 again
Topic: Second Content
bequiet Posted: Tuesday, February 11, 2020 10:42:43 AM
B.Nickerson wrote:
Quote:
Agree! Secondary content is an embellishment... according to Zazzle's own documentation, embellishments will PAY a 5% royalty not COST one.


+1 Amen.

+1 again
Topic: Wacom Drawing Tablet
bequiet Posted: Sunday, February 9, 2020 2:35:55 PM
Col's Creations© wrote:
randysgrandma wrote:
My old tablet had an optional mouse that I could use instead of the pen, this one doesn't and I must say, I don't like that. I am used to using the mouse to navigate and the pen for detail work. The mouse does not work on the new tablet. Neither does the old pen stylus.

Maybe I am misunderstanding you? but you ought to be able to use any mouse you want and the pen. They are both basically just plug & play input devices. I've had numerous wireless mice over the years (the kind with a little receptor that you plug into a USB port) and they've all worked at the same time as my Wacom tablet (which also plugs into a USB port but is corded). When I have my tablet plugged in, I can use the pen or the mouse and as you said it is an ideal situation - I use the pen in my left hand and the mouse in my right - my computer responds to input from either one of them. When I use the mouse in my right I just point the pen in my left away from the tablet.


To help clarify the confusion:
(Purchased my first Wacom in 1994, been a Wacom user ever since)
I am still using an ageing Intuos3(purchased in 2008) (6x8) that came with a Wacom mouse. The mouse works on the Wacom tablet. It is not a normal mouse. It is still working Wacom mouse. It has left and right and scroll buttons. I never use it. I use my stylus for everything. My tablet is tethered but the Wacom mouse is wireless.
My stylus and mouse only work with the tablet they came with.
Further:
I also have a Bamboo (small tablet) that I use with my Mac laptop. Same thing, the stylus that came with the Bamboo only works with the Bamboo HTH
Topic: Wacom Drawing Tablet
bequiet Posted: Sunday, February 9, 2020 2:35:55 PM
Col's Creations© wrote:
randysgrandma wrote:
My old tablet had an optional mouse that I could use instead of the pen, this one doesn't and I must say, I don't like that. I am used to using the mouse to navigate and the pen for detail work. The mouse does not work on the new tablet. Neither does the old pen stylus.

Maybe I am misunderstanding you? but you ought to be able to use any mouse you want and the pen. They are both basically just plug & play input devices. I've had numerous wireless mice over the years (the kind with a little receptor that you plug into a USB port) and they've all worked at the same time as my Wacom tablet (which also plugs into a USB port but is corded). When I have my tablet plugged in, I can use the pen or the mouse and as you said it is an ideal situation - I use the pen in my left hand and the mouse in my right - my computer responds to input from either one of them. When I use the mouse in my right I just point the pen in my left away from the tablet.


To help clarify the confusion:
(Purchased my first Wacom in 1994, been a Wacom user ever since)
I am still using an ageing Intuos3(purchased in 2008) (6x8) that came with a Wacom mouse. The mouse works on the Wacom tablet. It is not a normal mouse. It is still working Wacom mouse. It has left and right and scroll buttons. I never use it. I use my stylus for everything. My tablet is tethered but the Wacom mouse is wireless.
My stylus and mouse only work with the tablet they came with.
Further:
I also have a Bamboo (small tablet) that I use with my Mac laptop. Same thing, the stylus that came with the Bamboo only works with the Bamboo HTH
Topic: Second Content
bequiet Posted: Thursday, February 6, 2020 2:09:13 PM
B.Nickerson wrote:
+1

If they're collecting details, they ought to explain this decision to carve out a royalty fee for the secondary designer from the primary designers royalty? I chose my royalty percentage, what I hope to earn. That this secondary content should be called "free" is a lie----somebody has to pay---and if it's not the customer or Zazzle, then it's us.

And that there's no restriction to prevent a customer from adding a secondary content behind something locked in the primary design really bugs me. There absolutely should be a pop-up warning to let a customer know their choice won't be seen. I, as primary designer should have the right to lock my design elements without any fear or concern I'll end up robbed of my royalty because of some blunder on the customers part.You Zazzle, should protect us from that with such a warning.


Well stated.

another +1 to the list.