I think i have a little more light to shine on this... 

I don't believe it is the driver module... or if it is, i should be able
to get around it. Most testing programs show that it is in fact getting
readings between -128 and 127, just like it's supposed to... but a check
using 'xinput test Stylus' shows that the pressure sensitive part of it
has a min of 0 and a max of -1... i do believe it's not getting the right
pressure settings... 

Is there any way to over-ride these in XF86Config?

    Matthew Peters

On Wed, 22 Nov 2000 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> On 20 Nov, the Loial Raven wrote:
> > I am using XFree86-4.0.1 and have noticed that my tablet is not
> > working properly...
> > Pressure sensitivity is the problem... it seems like gimp is either
> > getting a pressure of 0%, 100%, or some value higher that causes
> > feedback when using some paint tools. I was thinking it was a problem
> > with Xfree, but when i used the xinputev, i found it was giving proper
> > values...
>  There's a bug in the XInput driver for the USB version (thus I assume
>  you're using this one) which maps the pressure to a range between
>  0.25 and 1.25 instead of 0 to 1.00. 
>  I'll attach you a fixed version. I still have to make some changes and
>  remove some crufty code, but this one should work. If you need the 
>  module itself feel free to get back to me and request it for i386 and/or
>  PPC.
> -- 
> Servus,
>        Daniel

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