I recently bought a Modbook Pro. A Cintiq-like, Mac tablet computer (custom made from a Macbook Pro).
It is fantastic, but the Modbook software lacks the Display Toggle feature seen on Wacom Cintiqs, which allows switch screens in multiipke monitor set-ups, rather than spreading the input accross both screens.
I use this feature several time an hour, so it was important to add it somehow. After a bit of Googling I came accross this applescript by J J Hale for switching mapping to different monitors: http://jjhale.com/blog/2010/05/how-to-switch-tablet-input-between-multiple-monitors-on-a-mac/
Assigning J J’s Applescript apps to the Modbook pop up menu, solved the problem, here are the steps:
Download J J Hale’s applescripts, unzip them and place the individual files in your Applications folder. Here is a direct download link: http://jjhale.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Wacom_Switch.zip
The next step is to open up System Preferences and go to Modbook Preferences. Click the tab for Pop-up Menu.
Next, click the “Add” menu and choose “Open/Run”, selecting your “wacom_screen1”, “Wacom_screen_2” and “Wacom_All Screens” from your Applications folder.
Now the Applescripts will run when selected from the modscreen pop-up menu, but we still need to asign the pop up menu to the back pen button to allow easy screen toggling.
Now a click of the backpen button will bring up the Modbook pop up menu, where you can choose which screen to map your pen to.
I hope this will be helpful to someone.