I had done that, Jeff. Can you tell me how to do it there? I see where there are drop-downs but not sure I am making the connection. Thanks for any more help.Yes you can. Just tried it . . . :wink: Just go to the System Preferences for Wacom.
I have Quicksilver and love it. But I would like a one-button option for Mail and Safari. Thanks though.Which mouse do you have? Looks like there are a couple different models. Does yours have extra buttons (eg, side buttons)?
If you don't have any luck with your Wacom mouse, you may want to consider a program like Quicksilver that performs many time saving functions, including launching programs with simple key combinations.
For example, I have mine setup so that when I type Ctrl-Space Bar, Quicksilver comes up. Then I just start typing the name of the application and press enter when I see it in the pop-up list.