usbtablet - USB tablet input driver for *BSD
Section "InputDevice" Identifier "idevname" Driver "usbtablet" Option "Device" "devpath" Option "Type" "type" ... EndSection
usbtablet is an XFree86 input driver for USB tablet devices.
The usbtablet driver functions as a pointer input device, and may be used as the X server's core pointer.
This driver supports most USB tablets like the Wacom Graphire or PenPartner tablets.
Please refer to xorg.conf(5) for general configuration details and for options that can be used with all input drivers. This section only covers configuration details specific to this driver.
Each device supports the following entries:
- Option "Type" "stylus"|"eraser"|"cursor"
- sets the type of tool the device represents. This option is mandatory.
- Option "Device" "path"
- sets the path to the special file which represents serial line where the tablet is plugged in. You have to specify it for each subsection with the same value if you want to have multiple devices with the same tablet. This option is mandatory.
- Option "Suppress" "Inumber"
- sets the position increment under which not to transmit coordinates.
If you don't specify this entry, the default value is 2.
- Option "Threshold" "number"
- sets the pressure threshold used to generate a button 1 events of stylus devices. The default value is 5.
- Option "Mode" "Relative"|"Absolute"
- sets the mode of the device.
- Option "HistorySize" "number"
- sets the motion history size. By default the value is zero.
- Option "FactorX" "number"
- Scaling factor between tablet coordinates and X screen coordinates. If you don't specify it, it will be calculated to match the width of your tablet to the width of your screen.
- Option "FactorY" "number"
- Scaling factor between tablet coordinates and X screen coordinates. If you don't specify it, it will be calculated to match the height of your tablet to the height of your screen.
- Option "DebugLevel" number
- sets the level of debugging info reported.
Xorg(1), xorg.conf(5), Xserver(1), X(7).
Lennart Augustsson <email@example.com> wrote the original version for XFree86 3.3.6, Matthieu Herrb <firstname.lastname@example.org> adapted it to XFree86 4.x.