I'm thinking it'll have to be a trackball of some sort-ideally I'd like one with a zoom wheel, a few other buttons, and the ball itself in a position to be used by the middle fingers, not the thumb. I don't care if it's wireless or not.
I'd just like to know what people out there are using, and how well it works with AutoCAD.
P.S. I've tried the joystick grip mice; I could never get used to such a thing.
Dean - do you know if these Wacom tablets have their own wintab driver to function properly without requiring any third party drivers?
By looking at their web site it appears that they have their own drivers - but do they enable full tablet functionality in Autocad regarding the menu mapping thing? I was thinking of replacing my SummaSketch III with a Wacom so I can upgrade to Windows Vista (from WinXP) but I'm not convinced that Wacom's tablet driver would be fully functional so I can keep using my tablet menus.
Or is there anyone else reading this that uses Wacom tablets in Autocad? Would appreciate your advice.
Thanks for your time.
Edited by: ChrisOrr on Dec 2, 2008 1:19 AM