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Le 2009-04-24 06:27, Máirín Duffy a écrit :
> Hi Paul,
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>> From: Paul Frields <stickster gmail com>
>> To: Fedora Art List <fedora-art-list redhat com>
>> Sent: Friday, April 24, 2009 9:07:11 AM
>> Subject: Different Wacom question
>> A previous thread reminded me to bring this up.
>> I want to buy a drawing tablet, preferably something very well
>> supported in Fedora and using USB. I'm assuming Wacom is the way to
>> go, but I'm not sure which model to get, and I'm open minded as long
>> as I know it's solid and works well with Fedora. I don't want to
>> spend a fortune, but it's OK if something goes into low three-digits
>> (USD $), let's say US $250 or less. What does the Artwork team
> I've always had luck with the Wacom graphire series. They're quite affordable, while I bought mine quite some time ago I believe it was $120. For years now they just work out-of-the-box, and if you want pressure-sensitivity, it's just a little more configuration (you need to add Xorg.conf back to F10 which actually causes some painful issues (kernel panic on shutdown, fun things like that) ) but it's liveable. I heard that a fix for this went into F11.
I can confirm the fix (courtesy of Peter Hutterer)work well on Fedora
Rawhide (soon to be Leonidas) using the legacy USB Graphire2 4x5.
Pressure sensitivity is out of box specific to application. Make sure
to set input device to Wacom.
Graphic & Web Designer
P: (604) 682-6618
E: luya fedoraproject org
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