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For those of you looking for the play/pause and menu functions, they are all nestled in the touch sensor. This device is simply a capacitance sensor built on top of a conventional button, much like the current iPod clickwheel. A quick tap (analogous to a “click” on a laptop touchpad) pauses and plays. An extended touch (like a “drag”) activates tilting. A push (applying pressure to the button underneath) accesses menu. I have no experience with either Photoshop nor Illustrator, so please be kind smile

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