I would like to move/manipulate the mapping of my Wacom tablet to my screen more easily than opening the preferences every time. With mapping I mean mapping the area of the tablet to a certain area of the screen. The default is of course that the tablet is mapped to the entire screen, but if you've got a big screen and want better precision you can set the tablet to only correspond to a part of your screen.
Ideally I'd like something like the functionality of Inklet, but with my "real" wacom tablet instead of a touchpad substitute: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7KVFmE8la6w&feature=player_embedded
Is anyone aware of any software or hack to acheive this on Mac OS X?
If not I'm thinking about trying to write a script that centers the mapping on the current cursor position, and then bidning that to a button on my tablet. Combined with a script for toggling between fullscreen/part of screen-mapping that should be enough.
My idea so far is to edit the .prefs file since it's plain XML, and then restart the tablet driver. But any pointers relating to this would be most welcome, since my knowledge of this kind of things is rudimentary.