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Author Topic: Wacom ExpressKeys & Touch Strips Question  (Read 2276 times)
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« on: November 24, 2007, 07:49:29 AM »

Hey folks. Just found this site earlier today and have been browsing. Anyway, one of the pictures shows it with the Wacom case, either an Intuos3 or similar model, intact. As in, it still has the ExpressKeys and Touch Strips. Do these still work? What I mean is, can one basically just make an Intuos3 with an LCD display and keep all previous Wacom parts fully functional?
Also, and this is off-topic and probably a stupid question, but can the display/tablet be used as a secondary display? For example, could one keep just the art window and tool bar on the Wacom LCD and everything else on the original display? Thanks for your help.
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« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2007, 11:17:05 AM »

Yes the touch strips still work on that build.  Cool innit I was well impressed with that. Smiley

Yes I have my tablet at work as screen 2. 

You can get a switcher utility which will flip the tablet mapping between the two screens either on a keypress or on "ramming" the edge of the screen.

On my laptop i've done that as well, but for some reason the mapping occasionally flipped out, so rather than keep having to reset it I now just use the "clone screen" option on my desktop.

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