[krita] [Bug 368849] [WACOM] Krita does not react to Wacom Penabled tabletPC stylus's Top Barrel Button/2nd Switch mouse event on canvas

2019-04-18 Thread Dmitry Kazakov
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=368849

Dmitry Kazakov  changed:

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 Status|NEEDSINFO   |RESOLVED
 Resolution|WAITINGFORINFO  |FIXED

--- Comment #14 from Dmitry Kazakov  ---
Great! Then I can close the bug! Thank you everybody for helping with testing
and generation of log files. They helped a lot! :)

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[krita] [Bug 368849] [WACOM] Krita does not react to Wacom Penabled tabletPC stylus's Top Barrel Button/2nd Switch mouse event on canvas

2019-04-17 Thread riceart
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=368849

--- Comment #13 from riceart  ---
I can confirm that this workaround works.

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[krita] [Bug 368849] [WACOM] Krita does not react to Wacom Penabled tabletPC stylus's Top Barrel Button/2nd Switch mouse event on canvas

2019-04-17 Thread Dmitry Kazakov
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=368849

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 CC||dimul...@gmail.com
 Status|CONFIRMED   |NEEDSINFO

--- Comment #12 from Dmitry Kazakov  ---
Hi, all!

Could you please test this package and check if the workaround fixes the
problems you had? The patch affects both modes, Wintab and WinInk.

https://yadi.sk/d/db3yUdmPLm8wAg

1) Unpack the package
2) Add to %LOCALAPPDATA%\kritarc: 'rightMiddleTabletButtonWorkaround=true'
3) Run Krita, if needed, activate WinInk or Wintab and restart
4) Test the problem

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[krita] [Bug 368849] [WACOM] Krita does not react to Wacom Penabled tabletPC stylus's Top Barrel Button/2nd Switch mouse event on canvas

2019-04-17 Thread Dmitry Kazakov
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=368849

--- Comment #11 from Dmitry Kazakov  ---
Git commit c30c6f424c4226531738c93a5d01548e986cba8a by Dmitry Kazakov.
Committed on 17/04/2019 at 17:30.
Pushed by dkazakov into branch 'master'.

Implement a hack for right- and middle-buttons on weird tablet devices

If should fix the following cases:

1) Wintab drivers that do not generate tablet events for right-click and
   middle-click.

2) WinInk mode. With the patch both right- and middle-clicks should be
   available with the stylus buttons.

To activate a workaround just add the following to your 'kritarc':

rightMiddleTabletButtonWorkaround=true

This hack just ignores tablet events for right- and middle-click and
starts to use mouse events for them. Please be careful, the hack will
make right- and middle-strokes less precise. And it also can just break
the tablet support completely.
Related: bug 399585

M  +0-5libs/ui/input/kis_input_manager.cpp
M  +36   -6libs/ui/input/kis_input_manager_p.cpp
M  +3-2libs/ui/input/kis_input_manager_p.h

https://commits.kde.org/krita/c30c6f424c4226531738c93a5d01548e986cba8a

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[krita] [Bug 368849] [WACOM] Krita does not react to Wacom Penabled tabletPC stylus's Top Barrel Button/2nd Switch mouse event on canvas

2019-03-17 Thread Alvin Wong
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=368849

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--- Comment #10 from Alvin Wong  ---
Qt Gamepad [1] is actually a thing, and that uses XInput on Windows.

[1]: https://doc.qt.io/qt-5/qtgamepad-index.html

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[krita] [Bug 368849] [WACOM] Krita does not react to Wacom Penabled tabletPC stylus's Top Barrel Button/2nd Switch mouse event on canvas

2019-03-14 Thread Boudewijn Rempt
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=368849

--- Comment #9 from Boudewijn Rempt  ---
I think it could be done, but it wouldn't be easy!

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[krita] [Bug 368849] [WACOM] Krita does not react to Wacom Penabled tabletPC stylus's Top Barrel Button/2nd Switch mouse event on canvas

2019-03-14 Thread Tyson Tan
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=368849

--- Comment #8 from Tyson Tan  ---
(In reply to Tyson Tan from comment #7)

The reason I would love to have direct xinput support in Krita is because an
event translator like antimicro has a lot of limitation and introduces delay
and key event congestion issues. It is also technically complicated. So if
Krita can just assign actions to gamepads, it would be a life-saver.

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[krita] [Bug 368849] [WACOM] Krita does not react to Wacom Penabled tabletPC stylus's Top Barrel Button/2nd Switch mouse event on canvas

2019-03-14 Thread Tyson Tan
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=368849

--- Comment #7 from Tyson Tan  ---
(In reply to Boudewijn Rempt from comment #6)
> I'm horribly afraid that that isn't even possible the way Qt handles events
> :-(

It's okay, this issue was basically Wacom being stingy and tries to screw over
its customers. It's unnatural for an application to workaround a deliberately
devised hardware limit. If it's impossible, let's just close this bug.

On the other hand...

Is it possible for Krita to directly handle xinput (the event system used by
gamepads)? I'm currently using a gamepad and assigned right-click to one of its
buttons alongside with other Krita shortcuts. It works pretty well although I
had to use a event translator like antimicro to achieve this. 

As far as I know, there are many other artist who use a NES style
wireless/bluetooth gamepad to do the same thing in place of Wacom's overpriced,
overcomplicated Expresskey Remote Controller. This is really a productivity
booster, especially for those who lives in a tight space. 

If it is easily feasible for Krita to handle xinput, and you are not against
the idea, I would love to submit a wishlist report! ;)

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[krita] [Bug 368849] [WACOM] Krita does not react to Wacom Penabled tabletPC stylus's Top Barrel Button/2nd Switch mouse event on canvas

2019-03-14 Thread Boudewijn Rempt
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=368849

--- Comment #6 from Boudewijn Rempt  ---
I'm horribly afraid that that isn't even possible the way Qt handles events :-(

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[krita] [Bug 368849] [WACOM] Krita does not react to Wacom Penabled tabletPC stylus's Top Barrel Button/2nd Switch mouse event on canvas

2019-02-24 Thread Tyson Tan
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=368849

--- Comment #5 from Tyson Tan  ---
I have some information to add too, and not a good news.

On newer Surface models (maybe SP3 and newer) and most convertibles that uses
Wacom AES pen technology, the pen barrel buttons can't be mapped to both middle
click and right click. Under Windows you can only map the barrel buttons to
right click. Under Linux you can assign the upper button to anything, but the
lower button is locked as eraser mode trigger. I believe Wacom purposefully did
this to most Wacom AES digitizers they supplies to 3rd party manufacturers for
non-tablet portable PCs. The device's API is so over enigmatized there is no
way a person outside of Wacom can figure out how to customize the thing. I have
a Lenovo Yoga 730 that has exactly this problem and I can confirm that every
convertible (Dell, HP) I tested with a similar design that share pens, all of
them behaves the same. Only Lenovo Miix 520 can do the mapping properly (but it
is not an ideal competitor to MSP13 due to short battery life and small
screen). Thus Krita is having difficulty promoting itself to the users of most
Surface like owners.

So this bug is better off become a request of 2 new features:

1) Allow Krita to accept mouse click events while the stylus is in range. In
this way we can use a mouse/touchpad/trackball to recreate middle/right click.
Right now, I must lift up the stylus before Krita would accept any mouse
events.

2) The ability for Krita to map a stylus's eraser to something else, or just to
emulate right click or middle click.

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[krita] [Bug 368849] [WACOM] Krita does not react to Wacom Penabled tabletPC stylus's Top Barrel Button/2nd Switch mouse event on canvas

2019-02-24 Thread riceart
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=368849

riceart  changed:

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 CC||pachu...@wp.pl

--- Comment #4 from riceart  ---
Thats pretty old bug but i can actually confirm that still exists. Thing is
that you can open this popup menu but you have to right click outside of canvas
( i click on top bar, not sure what the name of this is but you will get
Toolbox, Tool Options, Grid and Guides, Palette etc. menu. With this menu
opened just click top pen button when mouse cursor is in range of Canvas. It
works but sure there is some problem.
Ive tested this on Surface pro1 (win8.1) and cube mix plus (win10). Both with
up817e and up814 pens.

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[krita] [Bug 368849] [WACOM] Krita does not react to Wacom Penabled tabletPC stylus's Top Barrel Button/2nd Switch mouse event on canvas

2016-11-01 Thread Boudewijn Rempt
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=368849

Boudewijn Rempt  changed:

   What|Removed |Added

Summary|[Windows] Krita does not|[WACOM] Krita does not
   |react to Wacom Penabled |react to Wacom Penabled
   |tabletPC stylus's Top   |tabletPC stylus's Top
   |Barrel Button/2nd Switch|Barrel Button/2nd Switch
   |mouse event on canvas   |mouse event on canvas
 CC||b...@valdyas.org

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