Your tablet key binds

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Exist, Aug 15, 2010.

  1. Exist

    Exist L6: Sharp Member

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    My bamboo (best 72 dollars ever spent) has 4 buttons on it, which can be rooted to diffrent key strokes, opening apps, and much more.

    My buttons are bound as such

    1- Undo (kinda useless since the pen has a eraser)
    2- Open Flash CS4
    3- Open Illustrator CS5
    4- Prone to change, now is also an undo

    If you own a tablet, what are your binds? For those who don't own a tablet (go buy one), what would you bind the 4 buttons too?
     
  2. Void

    aa Void Local Man Unable To Map, Sources Say

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    I don't have any binds on mine besides the pen tip and the eraser. I have four buttons as well, but I have too strong of a grip on the pen that I would always press them.
     
  3. Grim Tuesday

    aa Grim Tuesday

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    Mine is a Genius supper crappy edition that I got for $30. The surface has lots of programmable buttons which I haven't bothered to program, and the eraserless pen has only one button on it, which I use for right click.
     
  4. Micnax

    aa Micnax I maek map

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    I thought you we're going to talk about playing TF2 with a tablet for a moment then.

    ...LETS TRY IT
     
  5. Mr. Happy

    Mr. Happy L6: Sharp Member

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    It's fun :D

    my tablet doesnt have any buttons, but then again it also has a massive ciggarette burn so i dont use it
     
  6. alecom

    alecom L8: Fancy Shmancy Member

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    I played pyro with a tablet... good times :p
    Wouldn't try anything else tbh
     
  7. Pocket

    aa Pocket func_croc

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    I tried playing Portal with it when I first got it (Portal; the tablet is older). Chaos ensued.

    Mine only has two buttons, bound to Ctrl+Z and Ctrl+Y (which in turn I bound to Step Back and Step Forward in Photoshop, because I hate Photoshop's useless ping-pong "undo" command). But then I never got around to training myself to use them as such.