(Semi) Auto calibration is confusing

When switching on auto calibration (“home” + “+”) then it shows some areas in white or red, apparently asking the user to press those. Once done so, the sensitivity of these areas is completely inconsistent. Best way to get it calibrated again seems to be to unplug and re-plug the power adapter, then the fully automatic calibration does it’s thing and it’s all good again.

Might be that just pressing on the white/red areas isn’t what is meant to be done? In that case the process could benefit from a more in depth description in the manual.

could you get the ‘automatic calibration’ to be re-run? (home , + , - )
didn’t seem to work for me…

… as you say I ended up rebooting it, which clears everything and re-calibrates.

sleep doesn’t work either… perhaps if they ‘fix’ that, they can make it re-calibrate on wake-up, then that would be enough for me.

I will say, I only once had stuck notes , but I think that was my fault…
I put it on top of the supplied case, to try to make it less noisy when I was hitting the pads ( * ) … and that seem to ‘upset it’ … probably if I power cycled it, it would have been ok.


( * ) Ive got it on a wooden desk which vibrate badly if you start tapping on it… so need to do something to help with that… some kind of absorption , perhaps small bit of foam?
btw: its fun to ‘drum’ on isn’t it :wink:

I have it on metal rays which are on the keyboard stand (see picture in the other thread). Pretty sturdy. Not a mobile solution though…

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