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NAME

       calcomp - Calcomp input driver

SYNOPSIS

       Section "InputDevice"
         Identifier "idevname"
         Driver "calcomp"
         Option "Device"   "devpath"
         ...
       EndSection

DESCRIPTION

       calcomp is an Xorg input driver for Calcomp devices.

       The calcomp driver functions as a pointer input device, and may be used
       as the X server’s core pointer.

SUPPORTED HARDWARE

       This driver supports the Calcomp binary  format  used  by  the  Drawing
       Board II and III series.

CONFIGURATION DETAILS

       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.

       Both  the  3  button stylus and the 4- or 16 button lens cursors can be
       used without changing the  configuration  file.  Support  for  pressure
       sensitivity  has not been tested, so the solid-tip stylus will probably
       not work.

       This device supports the following entries:

               Option "Device" "path"
                   sets the path to the  special  file  which  represents  the
                   serial  line  where  the  tablet is plugged. This option is
                   mandatory.

               Option "Cursor" "Stylus"|"Puck"
                   this option is supported for backward  compatibility  only,
                   but it should not be necessary.

               Option "DeviceName" "name"
                   sets the name of the X device. Some user-space programs may
                   require a  fixed  name,  e.g.  TABLET,   to  recognize  the
                   digitizer.

               Option "Mode" "Relative"|"Absolute"
                   sets  the  mode of the device. Currently only Absolute mode
                   is supported.

               Option "Pressure" "on"
                   enables pressure reporting if your tablet supports it. This
                   option is untested and may not work.

               Option "AlwaysCore" "on"
                   enables  the sharing of the core pointer. When this feature
                   is enabled, the  device  will  take  control  of  the  core
                   pointer  (and  thus  will emit core events) and at the same
                   time will be  able,  when  asked  so,  to  report  extended
                   events.

               Option "MinX" "number"
                   X  coordinate of the bottom left corner of the active zone.

               Option "MinY" "number"
                   Y coordinate of the bottom left corner of the active  zone.

               Option "MaxX" "Inumber"
                   X coordinate of the top right corner of the active zone.

               Option "MaxY" "number"
                   Y coordinate of the top right corner of the active zone.

               Option "DebugLevel" number
                   sets the level of debugging info reported.

SEE ALSO

       Xorg(1), xorg.conf(5), xorgconfig(1), Xserver(1), X(7).

AUTHORS

       Martin Kroeker <mk@daveg.com>