Re: It's coming! It's coming!

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i guess what i'm saying is can i use my fingers as a mouse like on a MBP?

On 12/10/11 7:49 PM, Lea Murphy wrote:
I'm not quite sure what you mean. It's sort of a trackpad by it's very nature, I think.

You can most surely use it on an imac, though.

By the way, you don't need to wait for the pen to set the custom functions...you can do it with the mouse. Then ditch the mouse and use the pen. Once you get used to it you'll never go back to a mouse. I don't even have a mouse on my desk any more.

Lea



On Dec 10, 2011, at 10:49 AM, Trevor Cunningham wrote:

Will I be able to use it as a trackpad on an iMac?

On 12/10/11 7:27 PM, Lea Murphy wrote:
You will LOVE it.

Set the custom function buttons for the programs you use most often; you can program the buttons to custom functions for every program you use and they change on the fly. You can do the same with the scroll wheel.

Once you get those set I'd work on creating a black and white masterpiece of your significant other.

Lea


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On Dec 10, 2011, at 10:07 AM, Trevor Cunningham<trevor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>   wrote:

This summer, I bought a Wacom Intuous4 tablet with big plans to adjust my post-prod flow. When I unpacked, the pen was gone. Such a lovely piece of gear rendered useless unless I want an overpriced coaster for the coffee table. Well, the pen has arrived in Riyadh and should be on its way tomorrow. Any recommendations of what I should do first with the tablet? Huh? Huh?!


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