I am also experiencing this bug with my Intuos4 M. When I connect the
tablet, one cursor remains where I last had the mouse, and another
appears where I put down the stylus. The one where the stylus is changes
appearance from arrow to "crosshairs" to disappearing depending on where
on screen it is and over which applications.
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wacom invisible mouse pointer in wayland
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After upgrading to Ubuntu 17.10, I connected my Wacom Intuos tablet,
which has touch and pen functionality.
Controlling the mouse pointer through the touch functionality seems to
work fine, but using the stylus produced very strange behaviour,
depending the program.
- With Firefox there there are two pointers - one that is moving in
accordance with the stylus movements, and one stays put at the
position, when the stylus movement was detected.
- With Darktable the mouse pointer becomes invisible, once it's moved
inside of the application window (it registers clicks though). Once
the pointer is moved outside of the application window, it appears
I'm running Ubuntu inside of a wayland session.
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