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Multi-touch in Snow Leopard? Does the multi touch functionality integrate into Mac OS X Snow Leopard as if it was like the MacBook Pro trackpad, or is it just separate software by Wacom that has to be running, and which works regardless of which version of OS X is running?

(Same question could be asked about Windows 7 I suppose...)
asked by Photoguy on October 6, 2009
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It's not perceived as a touch device by windows (yep, no win 7 touch features) or Mac OS so you are limited to the wacom driver which acts as a interpreter for the gestures and then sends, not touch inputs but keystrokes that trigger the proper action in a given program yet you can't program your own gestures nor program what each gesture does so you are dependent on wacom to support the programs you need. And the MacBooks trackpad if I not mistaken detects up to 3 fingers gestures while the bamboo only 2.
flp213 answered on February 3, 2010
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