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* '''[http://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-control-center gnome-control-center]''': An applet to support tablet configuration from the GNOME control center is under development. See [https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=640981 GNOME Bug 640981].
 
* '''[http://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-control-center gnome-control-center]''': An applet to support tablet configuration from the GNOME control center is under development. See [https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=640981 GNOME Bug 640981].
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* '''[http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/wacom+tablet?content=114856 Wacom Tablet]''': A KDE 4 KCModule.  This KDE system tool implements a GUI for the Wacom Linux Drivers and extends it with profile support to handle different button/pen layouts per profile.
  
 
* '''wacomcpl''': A Tcl/Tk-based GUI tool shipped as part of the [[linuxwacom]] tarball. It is now unsupported and '''does not work''' with [[xf86-input-wacom]]. The design of wacomcpl is not suited to hotplugging and it will not be updated. Since wacomcpl does not integrate with any desktop environment, any work on wacomcpl is a dead end. '''Do not work on wacomcpl, invest your efforts on integrating wacom support in your desktop environment instead.'''
 
* '''wacomcpl''': A Tcl/Tk-based GUI tool shipped as part of the [[linuxwacom]] tarball. It is now unsupported and '''does not work''' with [[xf86-input-wacom]]. The design of wacomcpl is not suited to hotplugging and it will not be updated. Since wacomcpl does not integrate with any desktop environment, any work on wacomcpl is a dead end. '''Do not work on wacomcpl, invest your efforts on integrating wacom support in your desktop environment instead.'''

Revision as of 15:11, 30 July 2011

Contents

This page is a list of external applications that can make use of Wacom tablets or TabletPCs under Linux. Please keep this list short and representitive of the best programs in their respective fields.

Graphics

  • GIMP: A freely distributed program for such tasks as photo retouching, image composition and image authoring. Brushes support pressure, tilt, and rotation.
  • Inkscape: A vector graphics editor with capabilities similar to Illustrator, CorelDraw, or Xara X. Calligraphy tool supports pressure and tilt.

Handwriting

  • CellWriter: A grid-entry natural handwriting input panel. As you write characters into the cells, your writing is instantly recognized at the character level. When you press Enter on the panel, the input you entered is sent to the currently focused application as if typed on the keyboard. It also toggles to an on-screen keyboard. Also available at [1]
  • Xournal: An application for notetaking, sketching, or keeping a journal using a stylus.
  • jarnal: An application for individual or collaborative notetaking, sketching, etc.

Utilities

Graphical Configuration Tools

  • Wacom Control Panel: This utility allows you to automatically detect and configure a wide range of wacom products. Automatically remembers and reapplies settings on startup.
  • Wacom Tablet: A KDE 4 KCModule. This KDE system tool implements a GUI for the Wacom Linux Drivers and extends it with profile support to handle different button/pen layouts per profile.
  • wacomcpl: A Tcl/Tk-based GUI tool shipped as part of the linuxwacom tarball. It is now unsupported and does not work with xf86-input-wacom. The design of wacomcpl is not suited to hotplugging and it will not be updated. Since wacomcpl does not integrate with any desktop environment, any work on wacomcpl is a dead end. Do not work on wacomcpl, invest your efforts on integrating wacom support in your desktop environment instead.

Other Utilities

  • wdaemon: A hotplugging daemon for wacom devices.
  • Magick Rotation: An application that will help Dell, HP, and Lenovo tablet pc's automatically rotate screen orientation and devices that use the Wacom or evdev drivers.
  • easystroke: A gesture-recognition application for X11. Gestures can be made to emulate key presses, execute shell commands, hold down modifiers and emulate a scroll wheel.

Libraries / Toolkits / Frameworks

  • gnome-settings-daemon already supports several wacom-related gsettings keys for configuration. This includes hotplugging support so that the configuration options are applied both after login and whenever a tablet is plugged in.
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