Bug: pen strokes moves after releasing the pen from the screen
There is a problem when using the pen, I have seen it in the galaxy tab s3 and now in Huawei Mate 20 X.
When writing with the pen, the stroke moves like a millimeter up. So writing notes with the pen is a terrible experience. While the pen is down the stroke follows the tip of the pen without problems, but after releasing the pen from the screen, the written strokes move up.
Same problem here.
This happens in all Galaxy S pen. But it works well in Excel, Word!!
I believe MS doesn’t want to clear this problem.
Logan Barney commented
This is still happening. Tab A 10.1 with S Pen. If you restart the app the stroke might move in a different direction or distance, but if you're zoomed in on a page, the stroke never stays in the exact place where you were writing.
Nguyễn Thanh Huỳnh commented
I have the same issue!
Adam Wilson commented
YES. Tab S4 here. OneNote is nearly unusable because of this. It seems like it might be a performance-based bug. Bill, please!
Jesús García commented
Microsoft doesn't care about android at all, I am wondering what is going to happen when they release Surface Duo with android on it. how rude!
hey it occurs even Tab S6, what the ****
why MS don't fix this issue,
my hand writing moves like a earthworm right after i wrote down,
Please fix this issue on android tablet I beg you
my iPad mini 5 works well but it seems like only on the android tablets
Lisa Catarsi commented
It occurs on Tab S4 too 😫
Hi, I asked some friends who use OneNote for android, they said stroke moving is a universal question.
Xia Tian commented
I have been worried about this bug for weeks. it happens on my Galaxy Tab S3 too. Onenote is neccessary for my study, hope it would be solved soon. Thks.😘