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Phillip East II
Can you set up the app so that it’s better at discerning between my Apple Pencil and my palm? I’d love to use it like a full-featured notebook app, but it’s difficult when my palm keeps registering as a pen input.
April 9, 2019
i would be happy with the ability to "lock" the page in place; this would solve the palm issues for me. no need to optimize the palm rejection code...
August 11, 2020
Merged in a post:
Poor palm rejection
On iPad Pro with Apple Pencil, as I rest my hand the app often randomly scrolls. This happens when the one finger swipe gesture is set to scroll.
January 4, 2020
January 7, 2020
Agreed, this is quite disruptive.
December 3, 2019
Thanks for the feedback! Are you finding that your palm is drawing, panning, or interacting with the interface - e.g. changing pens/colours? Any more information about when this happens would be really useful so we can improve it.
June 5, 2019
: This occurs for me too. When I lay my hand down to write, the app draws a dot where my palm is causing my Apple Pencil to not write.
November 5, 2019
: For me, I set the gesture for 'One finger' to be panning the document. And quite often when I start writing with Apple Pencil, my palm touches the screen first, registering as a document pan, and thus consistently moves the document away from where I want to write.
My workaround for now is to set 'Two finger' to be document panning, and set 'One finger' to do nothing because of the lack of palm rejection. It essentially makes the 'One finger' gesture not that useful..
December 20, 2019
: While trying to write, my palm is brushing over the interface (changing the pen for the eraser). It happens every couple of minutes while writing near the top of the page where the bottom right of my palm can brush over it.
One possible solution might be to analyze/scan the posture of one’s hand at the beginning of the app launching. Similarly to how an iPhone would scan your fingerprint in different positions, this would scan the placement of your hand on the screen as you write.
Or, there could be a “lock” feature on the pens. That way a palm can’t brush over an item and accidentally select it.
January 17, 2020
: Accidental selections of pens happens to me as well. I think the docks should autohide when drawing/writing.
October 4, 2021
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