Wacom ExpressKeys supports the fairly recent additions of ExpressKeys, Touch Strips, and a Scroll Wheel on certain Wacom tablets. Specifically the Cintiq 21UX Interactive Pen Display, the Intuos3, and the Graphire4 tablets are supported through the XInput and XTest extensions in X. Using "xsetwacom", it can also provide an automatic change of stylus pressure sensitivity (a.k.a. PressCurve) when going from one program window to the next. This feature is independent of the connected tablet model. A graphical configuration tool named "wacom-config" is under development.
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|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release adds support for Cintiq 20WSX.
Release Notes: This version has a slightly improved logic for Touch Strip movement detection, a minor bugfix related to long filenames of the executable, and two compatibility changes to prevent future breakage in relation to upstream code.
Release Notes: This version is a complete rewrite where a dependency on linuxwacom 0.7.5-2 or later has been added for all tablet models. Among the new features, fine-grained control of button auto-repeat stands out, as does configurable delay times between sending of the (many) keycodes. Touch Strips have gained repeat at the top and bottom positions. A maximum of fifteen tablets, three of each model, and two styli per tablet can be handled concurrently. 'Models' are: nopad, Graphire4 BlueTooth, Graphire4, Intuos3 small, and Intuos3/Cintiq.
Release Notes: Linuxwacom version 0.7.5-2 changed the internal button ordering of the Graphire4. This release complies with the new layout. No other changes were made.
Release Notes: Support for the scroll wheel and two ExpressKeys on the Graphire4 was added. This feature requires a bleeding edge version of the linuxwacom driver. When running under versions earlier than 0.7.5, a Graphire4 will still be identified as 'padless'. A minor bugfix and some code enhancements were also included.