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Wacom Control Panel

   1.20  

GTK Hardware Utility

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Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  16466
Submitted:  May 7 2009
Updated:  Jun 2 2011

Description:

UPDATE New version is currently underway. I so far have better tablet detection, the new features of xsetwacom implemented, Intuos4 OLEDs working with both images, text and animations and application profiles that automatically switch the button configuration. Please hang in there everyone, I know the current version up here sucks and this overhaul is long overdue. Check back in a month or two.



THIS DOES NOT WORK WITH UBUNTU 11.04
I will fix the compatibility issues when I have the time to do so.

You can now easily configure a wacom tablet on linux!
This utility allows you to:
- Automatically detect and configure a wide range of wacom products
- Set custom key commands or mouse buttons to a tablet's shortcut buttons
- Set custom pressure curve on each of the tablet's input devices
- Automatically remembers and reapplies settings on startup
- At present, serial and bluetooth tablets are not yet supported. If it doesn't work for you, submit a comment on here so I can fix it.
- More features coming!

HOW TO INSTALL:
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Add the PPA to get the latest updates automatically!
Quote:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hughescih/ppa && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install wacom-utility


HOW TO USE PRESSURE SUPPORT IN GIMP:
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1. Open GIMP
2. In the Edit menu, click on preferences
3. Click on Input Devices
4. Click on Configure Extended Input Devices
5. For the devices; stylus, eraser and cursor, set the Mode to 'Screen'
6. Click Save, then Ok and you're done!




Changelog:

Update:
Version 1.20-1: Updated for Maverick. Now works on Ubuntu 10.10

Version 1.19-2: Added button mapping for CTE_440 tablets. (thanks to ABelliqueux for the contribution)

Version 1.18-2: Repackaged and being built on launchpad servers.

Version 1.17-1: Adds button-mapping support for DTZ-12wx, DTZ-20wsx, DTZ-21ux.

Version 1.16-1: Adds support for CTH-660 (Bamboo Pen and Touch)
Fixes support for all Cintiq models (report back any bugs people!)

Version 1.15-1: Adds support for CTH-460 (Bamboo Pen and Touch) tablets.

Version 1.14-1: Adds support for CTL-460 (Bamboo Pen) tablets.

Version 1.13-1: Fixes issue with button mapping on PTZ-431W tablets

Version 1.12-1: Adds support for Intuos 4. Let me know if you have any bugs with your intuos 4!

Version 1.11-1: Fixed some bugs that appeared due to 10.04.

Version 1.10-1: Fixed dependency that prevented install on Ubuntu 10.04.

Version 1.9-1: Removed xorg.conf configuration. Now works with HAL and the new hotplugging support.

Version 1.8-1: Fixed button map getting cropped by window border.

Version 1.7-1: Fixed button mapping for all Intuos 3 series tablets.

Version 1.6-1: Fixed bug where gtk button events were left unmapped, leading to changes going in the wrong place when modifying your pad settings.

Version 1.5-1: Fixed model info for CTF_430-U (Bamboo1)

Version 1.4-1: Fixes launcher to use any installed version of python, not just 2.5

Version 1.3-1: Further bugfixes

Version 1.2-1: Bugfix - Software now creates serverlayout section of xorg.conf if it doesn't exist.




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 Support for 10.10 "Maverick"

 
 by emfields on: Sep 5 2010
 
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hiya.
I'm excited to see a GUI configuration tool for wacom configuration, but ...
sadly, it's not working on my system, Ubuntu 10.10 "Maverick".

I can install and open the GUI, but no changes are made and nothing can be saved.

Is this a bug? can it be fixed? will there be support for 10.10 in the near future?

thanks,


- e.m.fields
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 Re: Support for 10.10 "Maverick"

 
 by qb89dragon on: Sep 5 2010
 
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I will be looking into making this work for maverick when it is in beta release phase, but as it is dependent on the wacom-tools package - so if that is currently broken in maverick, then this utility will not work until it's fixed.


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 CTH-661 suport?

 
 by crisophilax on: Sep 7 2010
 
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I've got an old ET0405AU tablet and a brand new CTH661S (Bamboo fun) with pen&touch support.
Both are detected, but there are no pen/eraser for the 661.
Are you going to add support for this tablet? Do you need any information I can provide?

Congratulations for such good software.


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 Re: CTH-661 suport?

 
 by qb89dragon on: Sep 8 2010
 
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What exactly works and doesn't work? Can you configure a button map for the device? Do you have any styluses detected?
Can you also send me the output of 'lsusb' command so I can see the USB device ID of your tablet.
Cheers


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 Re: Re: CTH-661 suport?

 
 by crisophilax on: Sep 9 2010
 
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Connecting the Graphire table I've got stylus and eraser, but with the Bamboo there are no stylus. Although the tablet is detected. I have no idea about how to do the button map. Sorry.
This is all system information I can provide. Hope this helps.

Connecting the Graphire tablet

.Wacom Control Panel:
. Wacom Graphire2 4x5 eraser
. Wacom Graphire2 4x5 cursor
. Wacom Graphire2 4x5
. options

Connecting the Bamboo Fun tablet

.lsusb:
. Bus 007 Device 002: ID 056a:00d3 Wacom Co., Ltd

.dmesg:
. [37185.612030] usb 7-2: new full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 3
. [37185.785111] usb 7-2: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice

.hwinfo:
. 81: USB 00.0: 10503 USB Mouse
. [Created at usb.122]
. UDI: /org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/usb_device_56a_d3_noserial_if0
. Unique ID: 2jVo.SpVjMyxzFRE
. Parent ID: BSFT.gkSaZmjGyhD
. SysFS ID: /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.1/usb7/7-2/7-2:1.0
. SysFS BusID: 7-2:1.0
. Hardware Class: mouse
. Model: "Wacom CTH-661"
. Hotplug: USB
. Vendor: usb 0x056a "Wacom Co., Ltd"
. Device: usb 0x00d3 "CTH-661"
. Revision: "1.06"
. Compatible to: int 0x0200 0x0001 "Generic USB Mouse"
. Speed: 12 Mbps
. Module Alias: "usb:v056Ap00D3d0106dc00dsc00dp00ic03isc01ip02"
. Driver Info #0:
. XFree86 Protocol: explorerps/2
. GPM Protocol: exps2
. Config Status: cfg=new, avail=yes, need=no, active=unknown
. Attached to: #74 (Hub)
. 82: USB 00.1: 0000 Unclassified device
. [Created at usb.122]
. UDI: /org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/usb_device_56a_d3_noserial_if1
. Unique ID: Wuls.GGWT3Ocacy3
. Parent ID: BSFT.gkSaZmjGyhD
. SysFS ID: /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.1/usb7/7-2/7-2:1.1
. SysFS BusID: 7-2:1.1
. Hardware Class: unknown
. Model: "Wacom CTH-661"
. Hotplug: USB
. Vendor: usb 0x056a "Wacom Co., Ltd"
. Device: usb 0x00d3 "CTH-661"
. Revision: "1.06"
. Speed: 12 Mbps
. Module Alias: "usb:v056Ap00D3d0106dc00dsc00dp00ic03isc00ip00"
. Driver Info #0:
. Driver Status: usbhid is active
. Driver Activation Cmd: "modprobe usbhid"
. Config Status: cfg=new, avail=yes, need=no, active=unknown
. Attached to: #74 (Hub)

.Wacom Control Panel:
. Wacom BambooFun 2FG 6x8
. options
. (No stylus)


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 Why check for xorg.conf?

 
 by hili on: Sep 8 2010
 
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Your tool is great, but why do you expect, that there exists an /etc/X11/xorg.conf? Newer distros ship without it and store the settings in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/ or /usr/lib/X11/xorg.conf.d/

I had to call sudo touch /etc/X11/xorg.conf to be able to use your tool under OpenSuse 11.3. Now it works nicely!


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 Re: Why check for xorg.conf?

 
 by qb89dragon on: Sep 8 2010
 
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I don't think you're using the right version. This utility does not read or write to xorg.conf ever since ubuntu 9.04 started using HAL to manage tablets. If you are using the version for ubuntu 8.10, then yes it needed to do that back then, but the current version works much better.


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 Re: Why check for xorg.conf?

 
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I found the bit of code you're talking about. It was left in there to help upgrade people from the 8.10 version to the newer version. It'll be removed in the next release.
Thanks!


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 support tabletPC

 
 by lomdav on: Sep 13 2010
 
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My tabletPC (Portege M200),not detected.
If I use GnomeTabletApps all ok!
Functionality of my tablet (equipment with serial Wacom) is ok.

↳ Serial Wacom Tablet eraser id=14 [slave pointer (2)]
⎜ ↳ Serial Wacom Tablet id=15 [slave pointer (2)]

any solution?


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 Bamboo fun CTH 461 and lucid

 
 by Jimss on: Sep 15 2010
 
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hello,

I would love to use your app but it doesn't detect my tablet (bamboo fun CTH 461 on lucid).

I can use the pen and touch on gimp, inkscape and everything, but i would like to configure it a little.

Is there anything you need so you can help me with it ?

thanks

ps: sorry for my english...


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 Keystroke: cant assign letters

 
 by ptrcao on: Sep 17 2010
 
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Hey guys

Even though support for Intuos4 has been added, the developers did not enable keyboard letters (a,b,c, etc) to be assigned as keystrokes!

Also, there is no application specificity like the native windows utility has.


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