On Nov 3, 2009, at 1:46 AM, g...@catking.net wrote:
> sounds a bit like holding your mouse mat whilst using the mouse to
> it sliding around.
> I would suggest finding a _hardware_ solution to freeing up the other
> hand rather than forfeiting use of the keyboard.
Sorry I'm a bit late to the thread...
But in general the Wacom approach, at least on the high-end, seems to
be changing the hardware to free the user's hand from the keyboard.
Check the info on the Intuos4. With eight configurable buttons down
the non-dominant hand side (the tablet is switchable) and a four-mode
toggle touch wheel, there really is no reason to touch the keyboard in
order to get tab, ctrl, alt, shift...
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