I just thought I'd pass on that as of CXOffice pro 3.0, the main fancy bells and whistles of a Wacom Tablet (Intuos2, in this case) such as pen pressure, tilt, and such now work just as they do on Windows. The tablet programmable keys still don't seem to work (no big loss) but for pressure and tilt along with a couple of other "fancies" that I didn't test fully they seem to now work very nicely. I know I tested this with 2.1 and other than the most basic pen functions of moving the cursor and drawing with a default line pressure did not register. With 3.0 (upgraded, no less) does.
Of course, I could have done something with my XF86Config, but I'm pretty sure I didn't.
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