Please report any problems you find to me at email@example.com.
Make sure everything works.
Here are some sites using JTablet to check out:
Modern browsers run Java in a separate process, preventing JTablet from accessing your tablet normally. To overcome this, JTablet 2 must talk directly to Mac OS X to get the tablet information. This is a little finicky, so if you have trouble, uninstall the JTablet 2 alpha.
JTablet is open source, if you'd like to contribute, check out the developer's page.
Windows: you should be able to uninstall JTablet 2 from the control panel
Mac OS X: navigate to
~/Library/Java/Extensions (in your home directory) and remove the two
JTablet files. If you installed JTablet for all users you will instead need to look in
/Library/Java/Extensions on your HD. You can use the Go to folder command from the Go menu.
Check out the developer's section.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.