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wacom tablet


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wacom tablet

wacom tablet

wacom tablet

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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  4908
Submitted:  Nov 4 2009
Updated:  Oct 28 2015


KDE 4 KCModule

This module implements a GUI for the Wacom Linux Drivers and extends it
with profile support to handle different button / pen layouts per profile.

For hardware support have a look at http://www.linuxwacom.sourceforge.net

Project Repository:

get the source with
git clone git://anongit.kde.org/wacomtablet

(K)Ubuntu 12.x & 13.04:

OpenSUSE 12.2, 12.3 & Factory:


# v3.0.0~beta1
First kde frameworks 5 release
* port kded to kf5
* port plasma widget to qml widget
* ported KCM to kf5
* support xcb and x11_input

Thanks a lot to Michael Abrahams, Juan Palacios, Weng Xuetian, Stephan Frank

There are still some known issue with the tablet screen mapping and hotplugging with xcb.

# v2.1.0
* Add support for Cintiq 22HD 18 buttons
* Add image for the Cintiq 13HD layout
* Update Wacom Intuos PT S Finger touch device db entry
* Update Intuous button layout
* Update Wacom INTUOS Pen Small CTH-480 db entry (030E)
* Add Wacom Intuos Pro L PTH-851 to db (0316)
* Allow to setup Stylus/Eraser Tip Mosue button (Left-Handed Mode)
* Update database. Add HUION, add Waltop again, install missing vendors

you must install a wacom-driver 0.20 or higher

Source(source code 3.0.0~beta1)
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 by anderslund on: Nov 24 2012
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I bought a wacom bamboo tablet, and started using the kcm. First, thanks for developing this, it contains all the options I can think of, maybe except a testing area ;)

I have the following issues:

* I can set a shortcut for toggling the touch feature of my device, but I have to reapply the kcm when I reconnect the tablet.

* I can not get buttons to work. I tried to assign a shortcut and a modifier, to no avail. I do not understand what the "button" option does. Assigning a modifier, the text below the buggon reads "activate widget 21", and the choice is not remembered. Assigning a keystroke (eg "ctrl + z") looks fine, but it does not work, the keystroke is not sent.

If you would rather receive bug reports on bugs.kde.org, let me know :)

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 Re: Issues

 by Etric on: Nov 25 2012
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yes please add this bug to bugs.kde.org. This helps to sort this kind of stuff out for the upcomming 2.0 release.

Both bugs should not happen.
Please also add to the bugreport which version you are running (1.3.6/1.3.7 or the newest 2.0 beta1)

For the "button" stuff.
If you set one of the Expresskeys to emit a "Button 1" signals thats exactly the kind of signals which is send via X11.

For a mouse Button 1 is a left click, button 2 is middle, button 3 is right click. You could this way around also set "Button 1" from teh tablet assign to any other program you wanna use.

Using keystrokes is on the other hand the mor natural choice to do. So we rather try to fix this :)

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 Re: Re: Issues

 by anderslund on: Nov 25 2012
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Thanks for answering :)

The shortcut for toggling the touch functionality now works (after restarting kde), except the setting does not stick after replugging the device.

I filed https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=310670 for the button actions.

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 Re: Re: Re: Issues

 by anderslund on: Nov 25 2012
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Hm, bummer - the shortcut issues actually does exist.Filed another bug report.

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 not recognize funtion to set expresskey

 by rugama on: Nov 27 2012
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Hi, I have a Wacom tablet BambooPT 2FG 4x5. The driver recognizes the device and its buttons, while setting buttons, the driver records the actions for example "a" or "b", shitf, etc. and apply the changes. But when I set krita or gimp or pencil to use the keys, nothing happens, I build multiple profiles, but do not work, do not work the settings default buttons, ie button 1, button 2, button 3 until the last them.
The function of the area to turn them touch works well, assigning excellent work functions pencil, eraser on the pen tip and excellent work, but ultimately you can not configure the buttons to assign actions or functions.

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 Re: not recognize funtion to set expresskey

 by Etric on: Jan 22 2013
Score 50%

sorry for the late answer.

Can you please
* deinstall the wacom kcm stuff
* start "xev" on the console
* point the mouse over the opened window
* press the button 1 on the tablet
* check which button gets reported in the console
* do the same with all other buttons

Now with the list of buttons

* now install the latest version again
Than you can change the file

find you tablet in this list and change the lines


according to your observations.

Afterwards reconnect the tablet and everything should work again.
Please send me your changed lines so I can put it into git again

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 x.y.z-foo doesn't help downstreamers

 by perezmeyer on: Dec 10 2012
Score 50%

Hi! As a maintainer of this app in Debian, I find that naming it x.y.z-something is bad for us downstreamers (ie, distros), as we keep the package version with -something.

The change you made has enough merit to release 1.3.8, as it's a minor change.

Thanks, Lisandro.

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 Two tablets, settings apply to only one

 by urlwolf on: Jan 9 2013
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First, great job!

Second. I have two tablets, settings apply to only one. Wacom bamboo 2nd and 3rd gen, plugged together.

♪ xsetwacom --list
Wacom Bamboo 16FG 4x5 Pen stylus id: 13 type: STYLUS
Wacom Bamboo 16FG 4x5 Pen eraser id: 14 type: ERASER
Wacom Bamboo 16FG 4x5 Finger touch id: 15 type: TOUCH
Wacom Bamboo 16FG 4x5 Finger pad id: 20 type: PAD
Wacom Bamboo Pen Finger touch id: 21 type: TOUCH
Wacom Bamboo Pen Finger pad id: 26 type: PAD
Wacom Bamboo Pen Pen stylus id: 27 type: STYLUS
Wacom Bamboo Pen Pen eraser id: 28 type: ERASER

I'd love to fix this, but in the mean time, I'm very happy.

The only thing I want for the 2nd gen is to get 'hover click'. I can set it with xsetwacom, if I know what parameter that is... Do you know?

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 Can't start

 by aku506 on: Jan 11 2013
Score 50%

I've installed this in Ubuntu 12.04 with Unity. I couldn't find out how can I start this. Or is there some problem with Unity?

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 Re: Can't start

 by Etric on: Jan 11 2013
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This is unlikely to work with Unity ever.

In order to work properly it needs the kde deamon, so this won't work outside of the KDE enviroment.

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 Thank you!

 by JenyaYQ on: Mar 5 2013
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Thank you for your work!

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