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wacom tablet

   2.1.0 beta1  

KDE System Tool

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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  3890
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
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 Great App. But how to fix the reversed rotation?

 
 by saqer on: Jun 25 2011
 
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Let me say that this app is a must to be included in kde packages. The fact it detects screen rotation by krandrtray program makes it very useful. Here is one thing though.

I have a hp tm2t tablet. So I need the tablet to rotate with the screen. However, when I rotate the screen 90 to the left, the wacom rotates 90 degrees to the right (sliding my finger or pen to the right, moves the mouse to the left). This bug has no effect on 180 degrees rotation, since +180 is same as -180.
Where in the sourse file can I fix this, so I do not have to wait until next release?

Thank you again for this wonderful tool. Makes tablet useful with linux.


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 Re: Great App. But how to fix the reversed rotatio

 
 by saqer on: Jun 25 2011
 
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I located where the changes must be made. I swapped cw and ccw functionality. However I ran into another problem which I discuss in a fresh reply.


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 rtotating ±90 messes up resolution.

 
 by saqer on: Jun 25 2011
 
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Here are a couple of problems after fixing the reversed rotation above

1- It seems that when rotating right or left the tablet thinks the width of the screen is more than what it really is. Sliding the finger (or pen) to the right, moves the cursor farther than what is intended.

2- I also realized that after installing the wacomtablet, the panel is longer that the width of the screen when rotated. This behavior might be a result of the same bug leading to the above problem.


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 Re: rtotating ±90 messes up resolution.

 
 by Etric on: Jun 25 2011
 
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Hi,

I've updated git and nor the rotation should work again as intended with the next release.

Just the resolution bug is a problem.
On my system (wacomtool 0.11.99 with Wacom Bamboo and Wacom Pen and Touch) after the rotation with xrandr -o left or xrandr -o right the screen space is exactly as it should be to the rotated monitor.

In fact all I do in this case is calling the xsetwacom command for the rotation.

*Could it be that that somehow your tablet device was switched to relative mode?
*Did you play around with the MapToScreen and MapToTablet parts?
*What version of the xorg driver do you use?


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 Re: Re: rtotating ±90 messes up resolution.

 
 by saqer on: Jun 25 2011
 
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OK this sounds to be not a problem of your application but rather is a krandrtray problem.

When I rotated the tablet using the xrandr command from prompt as this:

xrandr --output LVDS1 --rotation left (right)

the wacom resolution was set right to accommodate the rotated dimensions.

Can you please confirm that this happens to you when rotating your screen with the kde utility krandrtray?


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 Re: Re: Re: rtotating ±90 messes up resolution.

 
 by Etric on: Jun 25 2011
 
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The kRandRTray application does nothing on my screen. I guess this has to do with the prop. Nvidia driver.

This indicates however that the krandrtray does something special and not use the xrandr backend in the same way the xrandr cmd tool use it.

I assume the "bug" is introduced somewhere in this part.


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 mapping while rotated ±90 reverts wacom to defaul

 
 by saqer on: Jun 25 2011
 
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Here is a new bug I found. I am trying to help improve this app as much as I can because it will be the most useful app for linux users with tablet notebooks.

Here is the scenario that shows the bug.
1- Rotate the screen ±90 using the xrandr program. The screen and tablet will rotate and works nicely.
2- Open the wacomtablet setting window and go to the pad or touch mapping tap.
3- try to change the "tablet area" mapping from, for example, "full tablet" to "force proportion".
4- The do actually change the area from the figures to the right by sliding the edges.
5- Now the tablet orientaion is reverted back to normal while the screen is still ±90 degrees.


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 Re: mapping while rotated ±90 reverts wacom to de

 
 by Etric on: Jun 25 2011
 
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Thanks for the bugreport, I'll keep a note and fix it as soon as I can.


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 mouse and pen in absolute mode work incorrectly

 
 by cyberbat on: Aug 30 2011
 
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Hello! I use gentoo linux with kde 4.6.5. I have an issue with your wacom applet and I have opened bug here: https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=369169

Please help me if you can.


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 Re: mouse and pen in absolute mode work incorrectl

 
 by Etric on: Aug 30 2011
 
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Hi,

can you try to update the wacom driver. This sounds lot like the leftmouse pointing bug some people had with an "older" driver.

same behaviour can than be reproduced if you type in

xsetwacon "yourtabletname" set Button 1 1

right after system start when my program is not installed

This is sadly out of my scope. Only thing you can do if you still want to use my settings program with the current driver is to delete the line:
Button1=1
from the tabletsrc file. This works around this type of bug.


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 Re: Re: mouse and pen in absolute mode work incorr

 
 by cyberbat on: Sep 1 2011
 
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I don't clearly understand. It's problem with old driver or with current driver? I use 0.11.0. Which one should I try? 0.11.1?

Anyway, what about the second part of the problem I have described in that bug? Your workaround helps me with the first part but not with the second. I'll repeat the second part here:

"When I press apply button KControl independ of changes I've made, mouse from my
tablet begin to work incorrectly: when I move it without interrupt, cursor
moves to the fixed length (fixed and rather small amount of pixels). To move it
further I have to take it from active field of tablet and return back."


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 Re: Re: mouse and pen in absolute mode work incorr

 
 by cyberbat on: Sep 2 2011
 
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I don't clearly understand. It's problem with old driver or with current driver? I use 0.11.0. Which one should I try? 0.11.1?

Anyway, what about the second part of the problem I have described in that bug? Your workaround helps me with the first part but not with the second. I'll repeat the second part here:

"When I press apply button KControl independ of changes I've made, mouse from my
tablet begin to work incorrectly: when I move it without interrupt, cursor
moves to the fixed length (fixed and rather small amount of pixels). To move it
further I have to take it from active field of tablet and return back."


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 Can not compile on debian testing

 
 by axel101 on: Sep 16 2011
 
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Hello.
I download v1.3.3 and try to build it on my debian testing as written in README file.
On make command it fails with error:
Quote:
[ 9%] Generating ui_touchwidget.h
/bin/sh: 1: Syntax error: "(" unexpected
make[2]: *** [src/kcmodule/ui_touchwidget.h] Error 2
make[1]: *** [src/kcmodule/CMakeFiles/kcm_wacomtablet.dir/all] Error 2
make: *** [all] Error 2


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 Re: Can not compile on debian testing

 
 by Etric on: Sep 16 2011
 
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that's a rather short compile error. I have no clue why it fails for you. (I Assume something with the build dependencies is wrong)

Nonetheless you can get a 1.3.3 .deb from
http://packages.debian.org/wheezy/kde-config-tablet


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 Re: Re: Can not compile on debian testing

 
 by axel101 on: Sep 16 2011
 
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Thanks. I did not see that it is already in the repository.


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 Two issues

 
 by saqer on: Oct 13 2011
 
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Thank you for the application again. It looks a lot better now. I still have the two issues I had before.

First, The CCW and CW are working opposite to what they should be. This happens whether I rotate my screen with krandrtray or xrandr. I fixed that by exchanging the CCW and CW in the xdeviceeventnotifier.cpp file.

Second, using the fixed CCW/CW version as above, when I rotate the screen with krandrtray, the screen dimension do not match the wacom dimensions.

I tried to change from absolute to relative and vise verse but it had no effect on the problems above.

Regards;


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 Re: Two issues

 
 by Etric on: Oct 14 2011
 
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Hi,

that's odd, I've changed the cw/cw parameters because there was a bug in the xsetwacom where this was mixed as well. But it's been a while I checked that. Thanks for the report I'll change them back and see if I can find a way to support older and new er xsetwacom calls finally.

About the wrong screen dimension. The error lies in my mapTabletToScreen(..) function in wacominterface.cpp and the fact that only 0 and 180 degree are calculated properly when I set the "Coordinate Transformation Matrix".

Sadly my tablets are not at my place currently, that's why it takes a while to correct this error.

But I have this on my big todo list, and will find a solution as soon as I get my tablets back to test it properly


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 Re: Re: Two issues

 
 by saqer on: Nov 5 2011
 
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The latest update had more serious bugs:
1- When rotating the screen by 90 degrees, the wacom does not rotate. When I move my finger or pen horizontally Aacross the screen, the cursor moves vertically.
2- When I revert to normal after rotating left or right, the wacom does not comeback to the correct resolution. Wnen move my finger from top to bottom of screen, the cursor only moves fraction of the distance. Same thing when I move my finger from left to right of screen. The cursor arrives the right of the screen faster my finger.


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 Re: Re: Re: Two issues

 
 by Etric on: Nov 5 2011
 
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*hmpf* >_<

seems the rotating stuff is not as easy as I have hoped it. I'll see what I can do about it on the next weekend then. Thanks for the report


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