About-Creating-Custom-Tablet-Menus-and-Buttons

About Creating Custom Tablet Menus and Buttons

About Creating Custom Tablet Menus and Buttons

Up to four areas of your digitizing tablet can be configured as menu areas for command
input and tablet buttons can be customized.



The tablet menu areas are defined with the Cfg option of the TABLET command and are
divided into equal-sized menu selection boxes, which are determined by the number
of columns and rows you specify in each area. These tablet menu selection boxes correspond
directly with the lines that follow the Tablet section labels from left to right and
top to bottom (whether or not they contain text). There are four tablet menus that
you can customize, which are labeled Tablet Menu 1 through Tablet Menu 4.

For example, if you configure a menu area for five columns and four rows, the command
on the line immediately following the Row label corresponds to the left-most selection
box in the top row. The program can recognize up to 32,766 commands in each tablet
section, which should be more than enough for any tablet menu.

The command labels in this area correspond to the 225 boxes at the top of your tablet
template (rows A through I and columns 1 through 25). You can add a macro using standard
command syntax.

The following table shows the Click mouse button properties as they appear in the
Properties pane.

Properties for the Tablet Menu 1

Properties pane item

Description

Example

Aliases

Specifies the aliases for the tablet menu. Click the […] button to open the Aliases dialog box. Each alias in the CUIx file should be unique
and it is used to reference the tablet menu programmatically.

TABLET1, TABLET1STD

Rows

Number of rows that can be customized for the tablet menu.

9

Columns

Number of columns that can be customized for the tablet menu.

25

Customizing Tables Buttons

Tablet buttons are the buttons that are found on the pointing device, also known
as a puck, used with a digitizer tablet. Pucks come in a variety of shapes, sizes,
and button configurations. You can customize all the buttons on a puck except for
the first button.

Some hardware manufacturers utilize a slightly different button layout from one puck
to another. One might start with the first button in the upper-left corner and count
across and down from 1 through F, while another might start in the upper-left corner
and have a different numbering scheme.

NOTE:It is important to test your button assignments as they are assigned to ensure the
proper button is being mapped. You may need to refer to your owners manual that came
with your puck for how the buttons are laid out.

Tablet buttons are customized using the same procedures as customizing mouse buttons.

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