But as I don’t own a real pressure sensitive device like a pressure pen or the Galaxy Note, I am currently limited to the finger press pressure value which is pretty hard to control. The windows driver is just simulating mouse movements and mouse clicks, so running gfxtablet on the tablet and the windows driver, moving your finger around on the tablet should move the mouse cursor around on the computer where the windows driver is running. Do you know how to implement pressure sesitivity on MS Windows? Which one depends just on your preference, but both should enable mose movements. This one won’t work on windows.
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The windows driver is just simulating mouse movements and mouse clicks, so running gfxtablet on the tablet and the windows driver, moving your finger around on the tablet should move the mouse cursor around on the computer where the windows driver is running.
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As a result, your viewing experience will be diminished, and you may not be able to execute some actions. Unfortunately I currently don’t have time to pursue this.
If you could share with me, what is confusing you exactly, I might be able to help. For pressure information a HID input driver would be necessary.
Hard to say why it does not work for you.
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Thank you for creating this Windows driver, Christoph I still cannot test it myself, but I will point people to it when they ask for a windows support! This will probably make pressure information work in GIMP too.
Which one depends just on your preference, but both should enable mose movements. Just download an run the exe, then start GfxTablet on your android device and start drawing. For gimp to detect the device, it would be neccessary to wijdows a kernel mode driver which simulates a real tablet, because gimp uses Microsoft DirectInput technology to access real graphic tablets with pressure information. I’m using a hp sleekbook 6 on Windows wwindows how can I install.
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Hi, based on your uinput driver I’ve created something similar for windows. As windows does not support simply injecting pressure information into the event queue, I’ve omitted this for now. Only users with topic management privileges can see it.
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And only run one of the two driver-win32 files. But instead have built two binaries, one working like the original, and another one, which ignores the normal touch events for mouse clicks, but instead uses pressure information to enable touch moves to just move the mouse while pressing harder with the finger sends the mouse down information so it starts drawing.
I also would like to extend the application with some features in the following ascending order and complexity: Do you know how to implement pressure sesitivity on MS Windows?
Thanks for this nice project und greetings from germany christoph. I’m just asking since this is what makes gfxtablet unique compared to other apps and it would be awesome to have it on Windows too! The binaries are here: My windows driver does the same as gfxtableh original GfxTablet X-Window driver – it injects mouse move and click events, not more not less okay less in terms of pressure information because windows does not support user mode applications to send pressure informations.
I think I know what to do, but it involves not just a simple user mode application but an system driver – at least it seems to be possible to use the user mode driver framework instead of kernel mode gfxtahlet.