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Though I lack a Wacom tablet to test it myself, this post seems to indicate that BetterTouchTool supports Wacom tablets to some degree. BetterTouchTool has a variety of features that will allow you to configure and bind gestures to actions.
This answer is still relevant (I will update if needed or stops working). Just confirmed it on a new 2016 MacBook: both three finger drag + tap and drag works. http://apple.stackexchange.com/a/215339/72142
I used an old, clean toothbrush and it worked perfect. I used a tiny bit of water, but I am sure it would work without that (in reflection i would try it first WITHOUT WATER as to not risk damage of the computer parts). I just flipped over the trackpad, pushed the button in and worked the toothbrush bristles into the seam all around it. I instantly could ...
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