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More Wacom troubles

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I had my Wacom tablet working great, having lots of fun, etc, until I hooked up another monitor. Now my desktop is 2048 X 768 instead of just a 4:3 ratio desktop. The problem is the tablet is only 4:3 ratio so the entire width of the tablet is now shared across two screens. When I try to draw a square it comes out as a rectangle. Any ideas?

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Any ideas?


I believe I have seen a graphics tablet resolution parameter in the kernel compilation options.

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I believe I have seen a graphics tablet resolution parameter in the kernel compilation options.

?!! I have to recompile the kernel every time I decide to go from one monitor to two and visa vera?!

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?!! I have to recompile the kernel every time I decide to go from one monitor to two and visa vera?!


I don't know. I'm just mentioning what I've seen - could be the actual tablet resolution as opposed to the tablet/screen mapping. There ought to be some parameters you can set in you X config file too. But since my PS/2 wacom tablet causes X to crash, I've not explored in details.

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