On Tue, 2004-02-10 at 21:41, Jean-Luc Coulon (f5ibh) wrote:
> I agree, I've not any problem with gimp 1.2 ; the problem is only with  
> 1.3 and 2.0pre.
> I think it is not a driver problem as the problem occurs only in one  
> case: when the stylus/eraser/pointer is on the menu bar of the main  
> window. In this case, I can see the cursor switching quickly between  
> the selected device and the core pointer (in the devices status dialog  
> or in a tool option box). But in _any_ other case: on any windows or  
> picture, even when I pick a tool from the main window, everything works  
> fine.

Thanks for your replies (and to Sven for his patience - Evolution is
doing what I tell it to do, not what I expect it to do - sorry!).

It's quite possible that it's a driver issue - and the Aiptek driver is
based in part on the Wacom driver, although I suspect the code has
diverged now. 

Thing is, I'm pretty sure that the device is sending events through with
a consistent device id. I've been looking into the source to try to work
out how the device gets identified from its point of view. I've traced
it through X into Gdk into Gtk (I think), but it's slow going. Any


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