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    • Jason Gerecke's avatar
      Correct width/height values from X11Wacom::getMaximumTabletArea · fd099f89
      Jason Gerecke authored and Valeriy Malov's avatar Valeriy Malov committed
      Summary:
      The "Wacom Tablet Area" property contains four values that define the
      top-left and bottom-right tablet coordinates of the tablet's input
      area. The driver will scale input coordinates according to the input
      area such that the border of the input area matches up with the border
      of the desktop or mapped monitor.
      
      Crucially, these coordinates are *NOT* necessarily equal to (0,0) and
      (SENSOR_MAX_X, SENSOR_MAX_Y) after a reset. In particular, many display
      tablet have sensors that are slightly larger than the display itself
      and so have their reset areas equal to something like (400, 400) and
      (SENSOR_MAX_X - 400, SENSOR_MAX_Y - 400) so that the pen is correctly
      mapped.
      
      This commit updates X11Wacom::getMaximumTabletArea to properly set the
      width and height properties by calculating the difference between the
      min and max values of X and Y. This is particularly important to ensure
      that the calibration routines work correctly.
      
      Ref: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=407712
      
      Reviewers: valeriymalov
      
      Reviewed By: valeriymalov
      
      Differential Revision: https://phabricator.kde.org/D21775
      fd099f89
    • Jason Gerecke's avatar
      Correct width/height values from X11Wacom::getMaximumTabletArea · ed47f67a
      Jason Gerecke authored and Valeriy Malov's avatar Valeriy Malov committed
      Summary:
      The "Wacom Tablet Area" property contains four values that define the
      top-left and bottom-right tablet coordinates of the tablet's input
      area. The driver will scale input coordinates according to the input
      area such that the border of the input area matches up with the border
      of the desktop or mapped monitor.
      
      Crucially, these coordinates are *NOT* necessarily equal to (0,0) and
      (SENSOR_MAX_X, SENSOR_MAX_Y) after a reset. In particular, many display
      tablet have sensors that are slightly larger than the display itself
      and so have their reset areas equal to something like (400, 400) and
      (SENSOR_MAX_X - 400, SENSOR_MAX_Y - 400) so that the pen is correctly
      mapped.
      
      This commit updates X11Wacom::getMaximumTabletArea to properly set the
      width and height properties by calculating the difference between the
      min and max values of X and Y. This is particularly important to ensure
      that the calibration routines work correctly.
      
      Ref: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=407712
      
      Reviewers: valeriymalov
      
      Reviewed By: valeriymalov
      
      Differential Revision: https://phabricator.kde.org/D21775
      ed47f67a
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