Hi all, There doesn't seem to be a direct way through the Wacom ISD or through the Tablet Settings to remap the eraser on a Wacom pen but I found a straightforward way to do it. I haven't found any info concerning this anywhere else and thought I'd share what I found so that maybe it could be useful to tablet users who don't use the eraser (are there any tablet users like that???) Through this method, I have been able to remap the eraser to almost any keyboard shortcut (but not to mouse clicks). Note that I only tried on my EP121 running Windows 7 64 bits with driver 7.0.2-21 but I think it should work on any tablet with a Wacom pen/driver. When a correct Wacom driver is installed on a tablet, in the Windows Control Panel there should be something like a “Pen Tablet Properties” icon that opens the ISD program. All the parameters that are set through the ISD are saved in the following file (or something similar): C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\WTablet\ISD_Tablet.dat This file can be opened in a text editor. At the top of the file, there is all kinds of info that is of no interest here. At the bottom of the file is where all the settings are saved for the different pen buttons. For example, you can search the file for the following “TransducerEraserSetting”. In the case of my EP121, it leads to the following section that defines the function of the eraser: Code: <TransducerEraserSettings type="map"> [INDENT]<ButtonFunction type="integer">14</ButtonFunction> <ButtonName type="string">eraser</ButtonName> <LowerPressureThreshold type="integer">18</LowerPressureThreshold> <PressureCurve type="integer">4</PressureCurve> <PressureCurveControlPoint type="string">20 0 127 127 254 254</PressureCurveControlPoint> <PressureResolution type="integer">254</PressureResolution> <PressureSafteyMargin type="integer">2</PressureSafteyMargin> <UpperPressureThreshold type="integer">20</UpperPressureThreshold>[/INDENT] </TransducerEraserSettings> You can manually modify this part to change the function of the eraser. Note that in that section of the file you’ll also find the settings for the other pen buttons under TransducerTipButtonSettings, TransducerLowerButtonSettings, TransducerUpperButtonSettings. Here are the steps to follow to remap the eraser to a keyboard shortcut: 1) While it is easy to go back to the default setting for the eraser (see below), you may want to make a backup copy of the file above before you start modifying it. 2) Change the text between the first and last lines in the eraser setting to this: Code: <TransducerEraserSettings type="map"> [INDENT]<ButtonFunction type="integer">8</ButtonFunction> <ButtonName type="string">eraser</ButtonName> <Keystroke type="kestring"><![CDATA[p]]></Keystroke>[/INDENT] </TransducerEraserSettings> Explanations: - The first and last lines define the section for the eraser settings. - The second line says through the number 8 that the function will now be a keyboard shortcut. (By comparison, the eraser function is 14, left click is 1, right click is 3, etc.) - The third line is the name of the button (leave it to eraser) - The fourth line is the keypress that is sent when you click with the eraser. In this case, this will send the letter p. - Other examples: 1) The following will send “Undo” through Ctrl+z <Keystroke type="kestring"><![CDATA[&control;z]]></Keystroke> 2) The following will send Ctrl+Shift <Keystroke type="kestring"><![CDATA[&control;&shift;]]></Keystroke> 3) The following will send Ctrl+Shift+v <Keystroke type="kestring"><![CDATA[&control;&shift;v]]></Keystroke> 4) The following will send “Select all” then “Copy” through Ctrl+A then Ctrl+C: <Keystroke type="kestring"><![CDATA[&control;a&control;c]]></Keystroke>3) Save the file. 4) You now need to restart the Tablet ISD Windows Service. To do this: - Open the Windows Task Manager. - At the bottom right of the “Services” tab, click “Services...” - Scroll down in the list of services that will appear and find TabletServiceISD. - Select this service, and click “Restart the service” on the left tab.5) Once the service is restarted, the eraser should be remapped to whatever shortcut you assigned. Note 1: I’ve used for a few weeks without any problem. However, note that the text in the eraser remap section will be modified whenever you launch the ISD or restart the tablet. In my case, this doesn’t affect the remap. To restore the default setting for the eraser: - Note that if you just click on “Default” in the ISD, the eraser remap section will be modified but this probably won’t affect the remap. - To get back to the default eraser settings either use the backup copy of the file you created in the first step or: 1) Erase the text between the first and last line of the eraser section so that you’re left with something like: Code: <TransducerEraserSettings type="map"> </TransducerEraserSettings> 2) Restart the ISD service by following the instructions in 4 above. 3) Once the service has been restarted, launch the ISD and click “Default”.