WebTablet IE Plugin
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What is WebTablet IE Plugin?
Wacom Tablet Plugin is categorized into two: WebTablet IE Plugin and WebTablet Netscape Plugin. Each of them is supported by two plugin modules, which are WacomIE.cab for WebTablet IE Plugin and WacomPlugin.xpi for WebTablet Netscape Plugin. Now, let’s concentrate on the WebTablet IE Plugin.
WebTablet IE Plugin is a web browser extension that lets user obtain support in terms of tablet properties. Yes, this plugin is for table device in using a web browser such as the Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and Safari. When obtaining table properties, you have the option to download applications for web browsing. Furthermore, this plugin is installed with the Wacom tablet driver service to enable pen data (pressure and pen position) usable. For example, if you use a web drawing application, the tablet pen position or pressure becomes handy in. Another example where this can be useful is when you email a long letter for business or personal purposes. It also works when playing drawing games like Scribble and Draw Something.
WebTablet IE Plugin is compatible with any tablet devices that have the following operating systems: Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP. Each of these OS must be 32 or 64 bit.
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Last updated: : October 3, 2012