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« on: April 28, 2011, 14:49:10 PM »

One of the things that most impressed me about Pardus was that it recognized my Wacom Bamboo graphics tablet instantly when I tested the live CD. I remember when I was using SuSE 11.3 and had to do a bunch of crazy tricks in the command line and still couldn't get it to function properly, so this was a huge pleasant surprise. However, I am left-handed, and unsure of how to tell the tablet to recognize this (holding it upside down works for now, but not very smoothly so I'd like to actually set it up properly). I've located the graphics tablet settings, but don't see an option for it. If I had to guess, it's 'pad mapping' and I'll either have to change the rotation or the working area...but I am unsure which or how to do it. Does anyone know how I could configure the tablet profile to work in left-handed mode? Google isn't turning up much advice, I am guessing left-handed KDE artists are few in number or just quiet. Sad
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« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2011, 07:52:19 AM »

These links might be helpful:



I am also trying to get a Wacom Bamboo CTT-460 working with the "Graphic Tablet"
section of "Input Devices" in "System Settings" - have not had complete success yet.

Has anyone else been able to get this to work well?

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