I am using a Wacom Bamboo Fun Pen&Touch tablet as input device since many years. Originally as a way to combat rsi doing lengthy Rhino sessions, I now use it for all computer work including web surfing. I have had no major problems, just the odd quirk that was attributed by folk at McNeel to the driver. I have been using OSX Mavericks until a couple of days ago, when I upgraded to OSX Sierra because of the problems with Rhino 5.3 opening files.
I now notice some odd and annoying behaviour of the tablet. I configured the toggle switch on the pen as the right mouse button. When manipulating views this works as one would expect, like panning in combination with shift and rotating in combination with cmd in the Perspective viewport. But when right clicking on icons, I cannot open the alternative commands, nor can I open any floating palettes. All I can do is open the dropdown menu, LMB or RMB clicking makes no difference. I can only resort to using my mouse, which does work as it should be.
I am using Wacom version 5.3.7-6, which I had to download anew after installing Sierra to get access to the tablet preferences.
Here are my tool palette settings:
Edit: I found that ctrl+LMB does open the floating palettes (I alway get confused when reading “option” as a key, my first iMac already had a “ctrl”-key instead, I don’t know any better… )