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Routes incoming messages to different variables according tool and attribute
Connecting this transform to the outputs of a Wacom transform routes messages to different variables according to tool and attribute. For example, if you have a pen as your primary tool, it will route different attributes to variables named /wacom/0/pen/x, /wacom/0/pen/y, etc. when you are using the pen. If you switch to the eraser, the messages will be routed to /wacom/0/eraser/x, /wacom/0/eraser/y, etc. If your secondary tool (i.e., the second tablet tool you use) is a puck or mouse, the messages will be routed to /wacom/1/puck/x, /wacom/1/puck/y, etc.
For each tool n, the following variables are available:
Some of the features may not be available (or always return zero) depending on the tools and the capabilities of your tablet. For example, tangent_pressure is only useful with airbrush tools, and altitude and azimuth are available on pens with ArtZ, Intuos and Intuos 2 devices (but not Graphire tablets).
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