I have been considering a tablet/stylus from WACOM to save my wrists after years of mouse/keyboard use.
... my apologies if this has been raised ...
It is my understanding that one must still use a keyboard with a tablet for numeric input. It seems the most ergonomic to me to develop a way to input solely from a tablet to avoid the back and forth between tablet and keyboard.
I imagine the ability to fill-in values in the "Tracker" or other required alpha-numeric (e.g. distances, annotation text) input with a toggle on the pen (or tablet) that lets the user "write-in" the alpha-numeric data.
Is this a developer (ArchiCAD) issue or a hardware (WACOM) issue? or both?
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