Well - it kinda does! I can make scribbles and lines (curves) but not sure what the equivilant of 'touch' would be on a Wacom. Probably not possible - but maybe there is a trick... :-)
Way to get creative @alan856.
The Wacom will register as a stylus but there is not a touch event from a Wacom that we can track.
If you use a stylus on a touch screen you can tap curves and icons to select them, and press hold with the stylus to get the popup menu. This may work with the Wacom as well, however it requires a very precise tap to select a curve with a stylus and you may not have enough spatial feedback from the Wacom to accomplish that.
Thanks for the info. I sorta thought the touch-part might be out of the Wacom's reach. But tought I'd give it a go... Hoping now to get a decent active stylus and the iPad will be fine. Cool Software!