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    TabletMagic for TabletPCs

    this is not a fix, but you're going to freakin' love this! http://www.orderedbytes.com/ amazingly, I can get basic touchscreen support going with this by taking input from the isdv4 touch and routing it to a virtual tablet device, similar to the joystick example on the site.
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    TabletMagic for TabletPCs

    Thanks for your reply Scott! That's another mystery - the tabletpc tab doesn't appear - not as far as I can see. Where would I find it exactly (I have looked - a lot, and tried to use -F also). Does Tabletmagic work with a tablet connected over internal usb? I should add that when I say OSX detects the tablet out of the box - I mean it works without any 3rd party drivers installed. I'd prefer to use tabletmagic because it'd allow me to remap the interface so that the cursor lines up with the stylus.
  3. How did you go with this? I noticed the same issues using the HID tools from apple - everything is working as it should, including touch, on my thinkpad x220t. Im wondering if we can spoof the hardware ID somehow so that the wacom driver picks up the tablet?
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    TabletMagic for TabletPCs

    Hi Everyone, Does anyone have any ideas on getting tabletmagic to work with the wacom isdv4 that is connected to the internal usb hub of my Lenovo Thinkpad x220t? OSX detects the tablet out of the box but the stylus doesn't map to the cursor properly, it becomes progressively offset as you move the stylus to the edge of the screen. Perhaps if there is a way to scale tablet movement so that it fits to the screen using some native feature of OSX that would work - I've noticed this is a common situation but am yet to come across a solution. Cheers
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