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wacom tablet

   2.1.0 beta1  

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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  3798
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:

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++
# 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




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 x201 touchscreen (Wacom)

 
 by Ray-Ven on: Mar 17 2011
 
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My Tablet device of my x201 Lenovo touchscreen is not recognized. (Still in 1.2.6)

xsetwacom -v -list says:
Serial Wacom Tablet eraser ERASER
... Found device 'Serial Wacom Tablet touch' (21).
Serial Wacom Tablet touch TOUCH
... Found device 'Serial Wacom Tablet stylus' (22).
Serial Wacom Tablet stylus STYLUS
... Found device 'TPPS/2 IBM TrackPoint' (23).

any ideas?

Thanks
Ray


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 debian pacckage

 
 by nowardev on: Apr 2 2011
 
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http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4127065/debian%20package/natty/wacom%20kcm/wacomtablet_1.3.1-ppa-peace%7E1.deb

this is a test debian package created with cpack

systemsettings and xserver-xorg-input-wacom dependecies i


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 kded crash in 1.3.1

 
 by gokcen on: May 28 2011
 
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Can you look at https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=274346 ? Thank you.


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 Re: kded crash in 1.3.1

 
 by Etric on: May 28 2011
 
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I'll have a look at it tomorrow or tuesday.

in the meantime the best thing to do is to checkout 1.3 from the gi repro.

What I "thought" was a quick fix after a long day, turned out to be a horrible crash. Funny though that this works on my computer after all.


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 make install failed

 
 by nicoduv on: Jun 8 2011
 
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Hello,

I try to compile the program on kubuntu 11.04 but I had those errors when I launch "make intall" :

-- Install configuration: "release"
-- Installing: /usr/lib/kde4/plasma_applet_wacomtabletsettings.so
CMake Error at src/applet/cmake_install.cmake:44 (FILE):
file INSTALL cannot copy file
"/home/myname/wacomtablet-v1.3.2/build/lib/plasma_applet_wacomtabletsettings.so"
to "/usr/lib/kde4/plasma_applet_wacomtabletsettings.so".
Call Stack (most recent call first):
src/cmake_install.cmake:37 (INCLUDE)
cmake_install.cmake:37 (INCLUDE)

If you have any idea, thanks in advance for your help


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 Re: make install failed

 
 by Etric on: Jun 8 2011
 
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you need to execute "make install" with root rigths

simply type

sudo make install

this should run without any problems


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 Re: Re: make install failed

 
 by nicoduv on: Jun 9 2011
 
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Thank you for your answer.

I'm not used to compile programs from sources. I simply followed the README.txt step by step.

The compilation was successful but infortunately KDE krash as soon as I try to launch the tablet panel from the system settings. I have a black screen and then I have to login again... May be I forgot something.

My configuration : Kubuntu 11.04 + Intuos 4M


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 Re: Re: Re: make install failed

 
 by Etric on: Jun 9 2011
 
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*mhh* can't recreate this behaviour on my system :/

I installed the program on a fresh kubuntu natty 64Bit system with the BambooPT 2FG

Did you have the tablet connected when you started the system settings module?

Did a notify window pop up when you connect the tablet after a fresh login or after you restartet the kded4?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: make install failed

 
 by nicoduv on: Jun 9 2011
 
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'Did you have the tablet connected when you started the system settings module?'
-> Yes

'Did a notify window pop up when you connect the tablet after a fresh login or after you restartet the kded4?'
-> Yes


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: make install failed

 
 by nicoduv on: Jun 9 2011
 
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Here is my syslog :

processus : kernel => usbcore: registered new interface driver wacom
processus : kernel => wacom: v1.52:USB Wacom tablet driver
processus : kernel => Xorg[1626]: segfault at 24 ip 00007fbbf2943ca8 sp 00007fff583424b0 error 4 in wacom_drv.so[7fbbf2940000+15000]
processus : KDM[1556] => X server for display :0 terminated unexpectedly
processus : acpid => client 1626[0:0] has disconnected

For your information Kde crash when I unplug the tablet too.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: make install failed

 
 by wilywyrm on: Jun 14 2011
 
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I just got my tablet today and had this problem. I also compiled 1.3.2 from source. Opening the configuration panel will crash the X server.

Installing the latest wacom driver fixed the problem for me. If you don't feel like compiling it from source, someone else has nicely packaged it into a ppa. Add https://launchpad.net/~irie/+archive/wacom (ppa:irie/wacom) to your software repositories through synaptic or apt-add-repository and update to the 0.11.99 version from git.

Hope this helps!

(Etric, you may want to put a note about this on the top of the description. Xorg crashing is rather serious for a settings module.)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: make install failed

 
 by Etric on: Jun 14 2011
 
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Thanks for the bugreport!

nicoduv has the same problem and I had no idea how to reproduce this. Still wonder why xorg chrashes but now I can debug this.

Do you remember which version of the odler xorg driver you used beforehand? the default from ubuntu 0.10.11?



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: make install failed

 
 by wilywyrm on: Jun 14 2011
 
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(The message system won't let me reply to your comment. I guess it stops nesting, so I hope you can still see this one.)

Yes, it was the default one in the repositories. (1:0.10.11-0ubuntu4)

On a completely unrelated note, tapping my pen is not making it reliably register a click. At startup, it'll click a few times but as time passes, it starts only highlighting or only records movement. (Also using Bamboo P&T, but seems to be a new K revision)
This probably is not a problem with your tool but rather with the driver itself. I'll play around with older and stable releases and see if I get the same behavior with those. That ppa was the first thing I found, and I just might have broken everyone's tablet by accident.

Thanks for all your work in making such a great tool! It's magnitudes better than the old wacomcpl.



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: make install failed

 
 by Etric on: Jun 14 2011
 
Score 70%

Sadly nesting doesn't work to good here. But I still see all the comments ;)

I will have a look at the crashing issue in the next days. This one might come back with later updates again.

About the left-click pen issue, this is a driver bug which only occurs with the new Pen and Touch Wacom Models. Seems there is something wrong with the way the TCPButton feature is handled.

There is a "workaround" for now. As soon as you finished with all your settings open the file
$HOME/.kde/share/config/tabletprofilesrc

and remove the lines with Button1=1

this prevents the kded to call the line
xsetwacom set ... Button 1 1 and thus the default is used which is still working

You have to do this step everytime you open the system settings module



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: make install failed

 
 by wilywyrm on: Jun 14 2011
 
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Just my luck, it actually IS model-specific. Thanks, you just saved me an afternoon of hair-pulling. :)

If you did not come up with it yourself, could you link to where you found that workaround? I can't find any mention of this.



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: make install failed

 
 by Etric on: Jun 14 2011
 
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It is part of this discussion
http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/message.php?msg_id=27533898

Totally forgot switching to relative mode also solves this problem, but is no solution I can work with



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: make install failed

 
 by nicoduv on: Jun 15 2011
 
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Hi,

I compiled xf86-input-wacom from source and everything works fine now. Thanks for the advice.



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 make install failed

 
 by nicoduv on: Jun 8 2011
 
Score 50%

Hello,

I try to compile the program on kubuntu 11.04 but I had those errors when I launch "make intall" :

-- Install configuration: "release"
-- Installing: /usr/lib/kde4/plasma_applet_wacomtabletsettings.so
CMake Error at src/applet/cmake_install.cmake:44 (FILE):
file INSTALL cannot copy file
"/home/myname/wacomtablet-v1.3.2/build/lib/plasma_applet_wacomtabletsettings.so"
to "/usr/lib/kde4/plasma_applet_wacomtabletsettings.so".
Call Stack (most recent call first):
src/cmake_install.cmake:37 (INCLUDE)
cmake_install.cmake:37 (INCLUDE)

If you have any idea, thanks in advance for your help


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 Re: make install failed

 
 by nicoduv on: Jun 8 2011
 
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sorry for the doubloon


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 Natty Keymap Patch

 
 by wilywyrm on: Jun 16 2011
 
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The keymap for the buttons is broken in Natty's 2.6.38 kernel. It changed from the previous map so that physical button 1 now maps to XButton 3, 2 to 8, 3 to 9, and 4 to 1 (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1515562). Only physical button 4 will work, and really it is switched to position 1!

I tried to patch the code in padbuttonwidget.cpp, and it seems to work. Because there doesn't seem to be any way to check the kernel version within the QT libraries, it uses a call to uname through fopen() from stdio.h. It only changes the keymap if "uname -r" returns a kernel version of at least 2.6.38 AND the tablet connected is a Bamboo P&T, but it shouldn't matter because the keymap changes supposedly affect only Bamboo P&Ts. If anyone wants the patch, it can be found on pastebin. (http://pastebin.com/Hg774k1Q)

It's a rather crude and kludgy hack since this was my first introduction to programming with QT and patching with Git, so don't be surprised if it happens to introduce other bugs. I tested it only on my system but verified the kernel version checking works because it will not switch the keymap if I change the kernel threshold to 2.6.39, for example. But if there's some better way to do the same thing, please share. (Especially if there's some way to detect the X Button keymap!)


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