On Fri, 24 Aug 2007 9:13:00 +0100
<ollie at eillo.org> wrote:
> If so id like to hear what your experience has been like in terms of
> usability and linux support.
I have a Genius Wizard Pen 5x4 (I think it was, it hasn't seen very
heavy use). It took a little bit of doing, but once I'd gotten it
working (which at the time involved downloading a separate binary! Bad,
I know) went well enough.
> 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.
No long term use, so I wouldn't know. I can say that it was rather
disorienting, though I don't know if that was a learning curve thing.
Have you considered a trackball? Or, ion3? :)
> 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
The model I have, there's buttons on the pen itself. You can also tap
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