Section: Devices and Network Interfaces (4)
Updated: xf86-input-wacom 0.26.0
Section "InputDevice" Identifier "idevname" Driver "wacom" Option "Device" "devpath" ... EndSection
wacom is an X input driver for Wacom devices.
This driver supports the Wacom IV and Wacom V protocols. Serial tablets only need this driver. USB tablet support is available on some Linux platforms and requires the wacom kernel driver being loaded before this driver starts.
Please check http://linuxwacom.sourceforge.net for latest updates of Wacom X and kernel drivers.
When input device hotplugging in the X server is enabled and no InputDevice section exists for a compatible tablet device and an InputClass section (see (5x)) assigns this driver for the device, the wacom driver creates multiple X devices for each a physical device, one X device for each available tool. The list of tools is hardware-dependent. See Option Type as outlined in the CONFIGURATION DETAILS section.
These tool-specific devices are referred to as parent device and dependent device. The parent device is the one presented by the system and the one that causes the X server to load the wacom driver. This parent device then causes the automatic addition of several dependent devices. If the parent device is unplugged or otherwise removed, the dependent devices will be automatically removed as well.
Dependent devices may be assigned tool-specific options through additional InputClass sections. We recommend that a MatchDriver wacom line is used in these sections in addition to the user-specific pattern.
Match directives are applied by the X server before the driver is selected. The type name of the parent device is appended by the driver. It is not possible to use a MatchProduct directive to match against this appended type name.
Please refer to (5x) or (5x) for general configuration details and for options that can be used with all input drivers. This section only covers configuration details specific to this driver.
Multiple instances of the Wacom devices can cohabit. Each device supports the following entries:
the change between the current X coordinate and the previous one is greater than suppress;
the change between the current Y coordinate and the previous one is greater than suppress;
the change between the current pressure and the previous one is greater than suppress;
the change between the current degree of rotation and the previous one of the transducer is greater than suppress;
the change between the current absolute wheel value and the previous one is equal to or greater than suppress;
the change between the current tilt value and the previous one is equal to or greater than suppress (if tilt is supported);
relative wheel value has changed;
button value has changed;
proximity has changed.
Left click: tap, actual click happens after TapTime period elapses.
Left click drag: tap to select, quickly (within TapTime period) touch selection again. Then drag. Available on touchpads, e.g. BambooPT, not touchscreens.
Right click: one finger down + tap second finger
Vertical scroll: two fingers side by side (in any orientation) moving vertically with constant separation initiates a vertical scroll. By driver default a gesture up results in a scroll down event (the document moves up) and a gesture down results in a scroll up event (moving the document down).
Horizontal scroll: two fingers side by side held at a constant distance moving horizontally initiates a horizontal scroll. A gesture to the left results in a scroll right event (the document moves left) and a gesture right results in a scroll left event (moving the document right).
Zoom in: two separated fingers side by side, bring together i.e. pinch.
Zoom out: two fingers side by side, spread. Not all applications support zoom.
More information is available at http://linuxwacom.sourceforge.net
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