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I've got a Wacom Bamboo One grahpics tablet.

I would like to change the forward button to mean "double click" as I was able to on the old WACOM Graphire pens.

In a "Pen and Tablet" program it allows me to change the meanings of clicks of the pen and can click and unclick functions of the buttons, but how do I tell it that the front of the button should mean double click?

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I think "forward button" is a bit confusing, as some Wacom tablets have buttons for that on top of the tablet itself. It seems that you are referring to the buttons on the stylus (on the pen), right? – Arjan Sep 13 '09 at 13:04
yes, the front of the button on the pen – Edward Tanguay Oct 26 '09 at 23:54

I finally got this working today:

  1. download and install the latest drivers from Wacom (released 2010-Jul-15), reboot
  2. run "Bamboo preference file utility" and remove all preferences for yourself and all users
  3. run "Bamboo preferences" program (may need to run as administrator on win7, vista)

bamboo prefrences dialog

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