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I've been using the Zoom Whiteboard (not the physical whiteboard) on my computer with a Wacom drawing tablet. Unfortunately, something has changed and now my penstrokes are being eaten and replaced with dots. I believe this is some kind of double click detection or some other gesture.
Here I try to write the especially problematic letter "F" 7 times. It failed each time.
Here I tried to write the simple equation "y = mx + b"
And here I wrote the alphabet and "The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog" without corrections.
Each of these examples were created with Windows Ink active. Every failed penstroke has a has a little Windows Ink ripple effect whenever it happens. When I disable Windows Ink, things like this still happen, but without the ripple and less frequently.
Is this a known problem with a known fix? It makes it pretty much impossible to use the whiteboard and annotate tool.