ollie at eillo.org wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Im thinking about getting a graphics tablet to try as a
> replacement for my mouse. Has anyone here any experience with these?
>> If so id like to hear what your experience has been like in terms of
> usability and linux support.
>> As i mentioned it will be used as a mouse replacement - im not a graphic
> designer - the tablets are supposed to be easier on the wrist which is
> giving me trouble.
>> Can someone tell me how mouse buttons are used on these? As in are ther
> buttons on the pad or can you double tap like on a laptop trackpad?
>> Experiences and opinoins appreciated.
>> - Ollie
>>Much more tiring than a mouse.
I have a Wacom serial (the USB are similar). it has a button on the pen
and is pressure sensitive tip and presure sensitive eraser end, no wires
it's best for a drawing package. Iv'e not used it on Linux, but I
believe there is Linux support. I'/ve had several non-Wacom inferior
It's more like a touch screen than a mouse as normally movement is
absolute rather than relative
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