anyone else use a wacom tablet in os x? i have a graphire tablet and every single time i start up, i have to unplug the usb tablet and plug it right back in to get it to work. i have installed 2 updates since i first used it and neither update has fixed this. i guess i am asking to determine whether this is something wrong on my end or whether it is across the board. TIA.<br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
4.7 1-8 is the driver I am using with current version and updates of OS X on my new flat panel iMac Baby, with no problems! Even when restarting. Never have to pull the lifeline and replug, etc.<br><br>
hmmm. i was afraid of that. it's been like this for me since the beginning. perhaps i should ditch it all and start over. if i could ever figure out how to throw away the preferences like i did in os 9, i be in business. sometimes a fresh install is the best thing, eh?<br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
ya can't do prefs, how about resetting them all to default and reboot or whatever one does in OS X to start over and then set up prefs again. I really don't know but am venturing a guess.<br><br>Love my pen pad and I can't / do not draw a lick! or a spit! Just my "mouse" for me.<br><br>
I hope it works in OSX without headache. I am considering getting one after OSX 10.2 (10.5 - Jaguar) so I can use that inkwell technology for handwriting recognition... looks very cool!<br><br>[color:red]semicolon dash parenthesis</font color=red>
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I've had to unplug/replug a couple of times, but what i find the most annoying is the double-click (using a pen) in list view is almost impossible in X, despite wacom panel adjustments. Works fine in OS9.<br><br>...yet another reason I'm sticking to 9 :P<br><br>
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