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wacom tablet

   2.1.0 beta1  

KDE System Tool

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wacom tablet
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  3931
Submitted:  Nov 4 2009
Updated:  Aug 21 2014

Description:

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:
https://projects.kde.org/projects/extragear/base/wacomtablet

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

(K)Ubuntu 12.x & 13.04:
https://launchpad.net/~maret/+archive/wacom

OpenSUSE 12.2, 12.3 & Factory:
http://software.opensuse.org/download.html?project=home:Temar:wacom&package=kcm_tablet




Changelog:

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# v2.1.0-0.1.beta1

* Implement support for multible tablets at once
* Add simple dialog app to ease tablet detection and databse adding
* Add global shortcut for profile rotation
* Add status LED support for profile rotation (Intous/Chintiq)
* Fix profile not found error on tablet connect

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++
# v2.0.2
* Fix compile error on older Qt versions (remove iconset="theme" stuff)
* Add Raw Sample and Suppress to ui

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# v2.0.1
* More translations
* Add Wacom Intuos Pro S / PTH-451/S
* Add WacomIntuos Pen Small / CTL-480S tablet
* Add definition of Wacom Intuos PT S / CTH-680S-RUPL
* Add Wacom Intuos PT M / CTH-680S-ENES
* Add support for Wacom Intuos Pro M / PTH-651
* cmake: remove extra kio linking
* adjusted control point and draw below curve area colors to be less websafe looking
* Added Wacom Cintiq 13HD
* Added Samsung Series 7 Slate
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++
# v2.0
* Fixed bug which would prevent the default profile from being created
properly.
* Fixed bug which made it impossible to use some special keys as express
button shortcut.
* Fixed bug where the plasma applet would not rotate the stylus controls.
* Fixed bug which displayed the tablet in an inverted rotation if auto-rotate
was selected.
* Fixed bug which prevented the screen mappings from being applied correctly
when the tablet was rotated.
* Fixed bug which would not allow to set a screen mapping on the touch device.
* Fixed bug where invalid area mappings would make the stylus stick in the
upper left corner.
* Changed way how tablets are reset to their full tablet mapping to fix
problems with Intuos 5 tablets.
* Added some more tablets to the tablet database.
* Updated button hardware mappings for the Intuos 5 Touch.
* Disabled Waltop devices in the database as they are in conflict with some
Wacom devices.
* Improved button shortcut handling.
* Improved handling of auto-rotation.
* Tablet areas can now be selected for each screen independently.
* All screen mapping can now be handled with one dialog.
* Global shortcut to switch between Fullscreen and a single Monitor.
* Tablet and touch area selection now takes the rotation settings into account.
* Added feature which allows the user to invert the scroll direction of the touch device.
* Many bugfixes in the background.


Note:
you must install a wacom-driver 0.20 or higher
See:
http://linuxwacom.git.sourceforge.net/git/gitweb.cgi?p=linuxwacom/xf86-input-wacom;a=summary




LicenseGPL
Source(source code 2.0.2)
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openSUSE 12.3
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 A new tablet profile

 
 by cryptk on: May 9 2013
 
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Hello,

My pet project lately has been getting Gentoo and KDE up and running on a Samsung Series 7 Slate. Your wacomtablet kcm is great, but it was missing the data for the screen on this thing. Here is the required config for it:

[00EC]
model=unknown
layout=unknown
name=Wacom ISDv4 EC
padbuttons=0
wheel=no
touchring=no
touchstripl=no
touchstripr=no
hwbutton1=2
hwbutton2=1

Enjoy!


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 Re: A new tablet profile

 
 by Temar on: May 9 2013
 
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Thank you!

I added it to our tablet database.


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 left handed mouse

 
 by dentar on: May 19 2013
 
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hi,
how do i set the button for the tip of the stylus or eraser when kde is using a left-handed mouse with left handed button order?
My current workaround is to issue another 'xsetwacom ... Button 1 3' for the stylus tip, a better approach would be to have a separate definition which button the tip/eraser is issuing inside the 'wacom table settings'.
Or, did i miss something?


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 Re: left handed mouse

 
 by Temar on: May 20 2013
 
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Quote:
how do i set the button for the tip of the stylus or eraser when kde is using a left-handed mouse with left handed button order?


Unfortunately you can't. You can try to add the mapping manually to your profiles configuration file ".kde/share/config/tabletprofilesrc". However, out of my head, I'm not sure if we will remove or ignore the entry when loading the profile. You have to give it a try.


Quote:

My current workaround is to issue another 'xsetwacom ... Button 1 3' for the stylus tip, a better approach would be to have a separate definition which button the tip/eraser is issuing inside the 'wacom table settings'.
Or, did i miss something?


I wasn't aware that the left handed mode actually changes the X11 button order. We don't allow changing the stylus or eraser tip button mapping as this made problems in the past. Some tablets or driver versions did not react well when trying to change these buttons. However I'm not sure if this is still valid today.


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 Re: Re: left handed mouse

 
 by dentar on: May 22 2013
 
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ok, but what about detecting the mouse button assignment and reacting accordingly inside the tablet driver tool? I know of some guys having the mouse on the left side of keyboard but still using the 'right handed' button assignment.
This would free you of implementing a tip/eraser reassignment option and still making most of the users happy out of the box?


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 Re: Re: Re: left handed mouse

 
 by Temar on: May 22 2013
 
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I think we will go for the reassignment option because it is much more flexible than auto-detecting the button order.

We just have to think of a way to disable it in case it causes trouble for some users.


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 THNKS

 
 by ratte on: May 24 2013
 
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great thanks!

for suse 12.3 very well


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 MultiMonitor support

 
 by rthur on: May 26 2013
 
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First off, thanks for all the work - this is a life saver!

I see that in the release notes of version 2 it says there is multimonitor support yet there seems to be a slight bug for me (Lenovo x230t).
With no external monitors the rotation works as specififed.

With an external monitor however, the mapping of the pen and touch to the screen is not updated correctly - I have to go to the settings and click apply for the mapping to be updated to the monitor rotation. (I don't change any settings, seems it just doesn't update on it's own)

When connecting an external monitor the screen mappings aren't respected either - by default it streches the tablet area to span all monitors instead of just the monitor that has pen and touch support.

Are these simple bugs, or have I not set it up right?

Thanks a lot!


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 Re: MultiMonitor support

 
 by Temar on: May 28 2013
 
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With an external monitor however, the mapping of the pen and touch to the screen is not updated correctly - I have to go to the settings and click apply for the mapping to be updated to the monitor rotation. (I don't change any settings, seems it just doesn't update on it's own)


Hmm, probably we do not get the rotation event from Xorg which would explain why it works when you change some settings. I have to look into this but I'm not sure if we can easily fix it as we do not have the hardware to test it properly. I will see if I can emulate your setup using xrandr.

Quote:
When connecting an external monitor the screen mappings aren't respected either - by default it streches the tablet area to span all monitors instead of just the monitor that has pen and touch support.


Unfortunately we do not have a way to detect the monitor a tablet belongs to. At least I'm not aware of one. I will look into this as well.

Quote:

Are these simple bugs, or have I not set it up right?


Sounds like bugs. As I said, we can't test these configurations as we do not have the hardware. But it's good you reported these problems so we are aware of them and can try to fix em.


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 Re: Re: MultiMonitor support

 
 by rthur on: May 28 2013
 
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Thanks for the reply!

I'd be more than willing to help out in any way I can, I'm not familiar with your code at all, but I can test out packages / look into specific sections of it.

I completely understand that you have no way of detecting what monitor a tablet belongs too, could there perhaps be an option to permanently chose a screen to map the tablet to?


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 Re: Re: Re: MultiMonitor support

 
 by Temar on: May 28 2013
 
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While you already can map the tablet to a screen, it currently is not permanent if you happen to connect/disconnect the second monitor. However you can use the global shortcuts to quickly switch to a screen once you connected a second monitor.

Permanent screen mapping to a specific screen (by name) will be available once we support the new KScreen library. At the moment it'd take quite a lot of effort to reliably detect a specific monitor and map the tablet to it. This time is better spent on implementing KScreen support which would also solve some other problems we have with detecting the correct rotation of a screen.

I'm not sure when we will be able to implement KScreen support as we have quite a lot of things on our TODO list, like multi-tablet support and libwacom support. After that is done we will also be looking into KScreen support. Maybe we can implement a workaround for your problem but I first have to look into it. Proper monitor to tablet mapping however will take a while as there is lots of stuff to do to get this right.

What we could do in one of the next versions is a permanent mapping to a screen number, so it would work most of the time. However if the screen numbering changes, the configuration would be invalid again. So this would not be a final solution for your problem, just a temporary workaround until KScreen support is available.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: MultiMonitor support

 
 by rthur on: May 28 2013
 
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Using the global shortcuts does indeed fix that particular issue, and I guess it's not too much of a hassle.
Being able to assign a screen number would work for me - I doubt the monitor numbers would change that often.

This really is a small issue, the deal breaker for me has been the issues with rotation - I've reverted to using gnome and a shell script in the mean time.

While I'm unfamiliar with this project, I'm a cs major and would be more than willing to help out in any way I can.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: MultiMonitor support

 
 by Temar on: May 29 2013
 
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You are very welcome to help us! There is always lots of stuff to do and if you want to have a look at this particular issue I could help you getting into the code. We could work out a plan on how this should be fixed and of course I would be willing to assist you.

Unfortunately this issue is not trivial to fix correctly because it basically depends on knowing which monitor the tablet belongs to. It should be quite easy to make Xorg pass any rotation event (we seem to miss some) but once you know a monitor was rotated, you have to decide if you have to rotate the tablet as well.

However as a first step we could assume that whenever a monitor is rotated, the tablet has to be rotated as well. This would probably fix the issue for your setup. Still, even this simple solution has some exceptions. For instance the tablet could currently be mapped to the second monitor which did not get rotated. This raises the question if we should rotate the tablet or if the user just rotated the tablet-screen to be able to draw more easily and doesn't actually want the tablet controls to be rotated.

You see there are many things to consider so as a first step we should work out a simple feature description which lists all use cases and what should happen in which configuration. Once we know that the implementation itself should not be a big problem.

If you are interested you can contact me by e-mail.


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 rotation

 
 by badazimer on: Oct 4 2013
 
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if You have problem with rotation in KDE & settings is not saves(default profile is not exist):
have not nice but working decision(see screenshot - https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-DUMD8esIEP0/Uk4E6xkrlsI/AAAAAAAABv8/Bz4k3ZlldE0/w476-h309-no/%D1%81%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%BC%D0%BE%D0%BA2.png):
- install plasma wacom widget
- press 2 for portrait mode
- press 1 to default landscape mode
- it works! But not very usefull: must press 2 in this position - https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-4x_7A8rWRwI/Uk4FQt_6cVI/AAAAAAAABwc/fQ-wwc5grMU/w702-h395-no/20131004_001.jpg )


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 Express key problem

 
 by mmdm on: Nov 5 2013
 
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Setting express keys to the Home button doesn't work. Is there a solution? (Intuos 5)


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