Bug ID: 371162
Summary: GNOME 3 tablet cursor doesn't interact with Krita
Platform: Archlinux Packages
GNOME 3.22.1 has a feature where the tablet and mouse control two separate
cursors. Krita doesn't recognize the tablet cursor as a UI element at all: it
doesn't show up in the window at all and attempting to draw with it produces
nothing. However, it interacts with the GNOME elements just fine.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Download and install GNOME 3.22.1 and Krita on a computer with a Wacom
2. Open Krita in a GNOME Shell window.
3. Attempt to use the tablet on the Krita window (ignoring elements produced by
GNOME itself, such as the bar up top).
Krita fails to interact with the tablet at all.
Krita treats the tablet cursor identically to the mouse cursor, or is able to
draw with the tablet without interacting with the other UI elements.
My computer is a Lenovo X201 2-in-1 with a Wacom tablet built into the monitor.
Also, I have checked using Krita on MATE and it works as expected.
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