Linuxsudo pacman -S xf86-input-wacom # Use kernel driver sudo packer -S wacom-udev # udev rules, /dev/* name reboot
From the Wacom Tablet Properties, uncheck Use Windows Ink. Your wacom tablet should not work as desired!
# Find out the current tablet calibration: xinput list-props "Serial Wacom Tablet WACf004 stylus" | grep Area # Look for a line similar to: Wacom Tablet Area (301): 0, 0, 30730, 18520 # Set your desired calibration: xsetwacom set "Serial Wacom Tablet WACf004 stylus" Area 0 0 30730 18520 xsetwacom set "device" Area x1 y1 x2 y2 # My preferred settings allow the cursor to be just a few pixels to the left of # my pen so that I can see it when it hits the page. I found having the cursor # exactly where the pen tip is was very disorienting. These are my hand calibrated # results (xinput_calibrator was not very helpful to me). ## non-rotated: xsetwacom set "Serial Wacom Tablet WACf004 stylus" Area 200 10 30665 18200 ## rotated 180*: xsetwacom set "Serial Wacom Tablet WACf004 stylus" Area 0 10 30540 18200
# Find your displayname: xrandr # uxing Xsetwacom to test options on your wacom tablet (gone on session end) # NOTE: not all configuration options are available through xsetwacom # most notably "KeepShape", the equivalent to Force Proportions in windows. xsetwacom --list devices # Find your wacom device name xsetwacom list parameters "Wacom Intuos 5 Pen stylus" # Get configurable options xrandr --output LVDS --rotate inverted # rotate xsetwacom set "Serial Wacom Tablet WACf004" Rotate half # set a wacom setting xrandr --output LVDS --rotate normal # Return to Normal: xsetwacom set "Serial Wacom Tablet WACf004" Rotate none # set wacom setting
Set Configxsetwacom list devices xsetwacom list parameters <device ## or name> xsetwacom get <parameter> <device ## or name> xsetwacom set <parameter> <device ## or name> value