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Wacom Mouse problem
Hi, first of all, forgive me if this is not the place to ask, but I'm not even sure if this is a bug or what...
The thing is, applications using Qt, don't work correctly with Wacom Mouses, and in some cases not even with the Pen/Stylus.
There is a thread on Wacom forums about this issue: http://forum.wacom.eu/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=5478
But Wacom clearly stated they can't do anything to solve this, so, my question is...
Can Qt developers fix this?
Regards, and thanks for your attention.
Anticross last edited by
As I know Qt works with driver of standart pointing devices(maybe i wrong, thenm correct me who knows exactly) and it is no difference beetween vendors of that devices , so if your application works with other non Wacom devices that maybe somethig wrong with driver or maybe OS settings. As I read in the link that you give it is a problem with google application and 64 bit OS. Maybe 64 bit driver is a key to ask Wacom.
Now that you mention it, there wasn't any reference to the 32bit driver in the thread... In fact I personally have the problem on a 64 bit system too.
But their explanation doesn't seem to have anything with the system:
"The problem is with all programs based on the Qt framework. This package assumes that if a tablet is present, it works in pen mode (providing absolute coordinates). A tablet device (pen or mouse) set to 'mouse mode' provides only relative data and that situation is not handled correctly in Qt."
Anyway, thanks for your anwswer!
paul.dubois last edited by
See https://bugreports.qt-project.org/browse/QTBUG-6127 which has a couple patches.
Thanks Paul! Although, excuse my ignorance, but I have to ask, is this something Wacom should implement on their drivers, or is it something users can apply somewhere?