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NAME

        js_x - JamStudio input driver
 

SYNOPSIS

        Section "InputDevice"
          Identifier "devname"
          Driver "js_x"
          Option "Device"   "devpath"
          Option "MaxX"  "int"
          Option "MaxY"  "int"
          Option "MinX"  "int"
          Option "MinY"  "int"
          Option "PressMax"  "int"
          Option "PressMin"  "int"
          Option "PressDiv"  "int"
        EndSection
 

DESCRIPTION

        js_x is an Xorg input driver for JamStudio devices.
 
        The js_x driver functions as a pointer input device, and may be used as
        the X server’s core pointer.
        This driver supports the KB-Gear  JamStudio  pentablet.   This  X-Input
        driver  should work on any OS supporting the hiddev raw USB HID driver.
        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.
 
                Option "Device" "path"
                    sets the path to the raw HID device to which the tablet was
                    assigned.  This option is mandatory.
 
                Option "MinX" "int"
 
                Option "MaxX" "int"
 
                Option "MinY" "int"
 
                Option "MaxY" "int"
                    sets  the minimum and maximum values returned for the abso‐
                    lute X,Y axis of the pen tablet. These  values  default  to
                    0-8000  for X and 0-6000 for Y. It should generally be safe
                    to leave these values untouched.
 
                Option "PressMin "int"
 
                Option "PressMax "int"
                    sets the minimum and maximum values returned for the  pres‐
                    sure  sensitive  tip.  These  values  default  to 0-127. It
                    should generally be safe to leave these values untouched.
 
                Option "PressDiv" "int"
                    sets the divider for  the  returned  pressure  value.  This
                    option will allow you to return a smaller set of values for
                    the pressure sensitive tip allowing for finer control.  The
                    returned value is computed as follows:
 
                    X / PressDiv = returned value
                           where X equals the value read from the tablet.
        Xorg(1), xorg.conf(5), xorgconfig(1), Xserver(1), X(7).
 

AUTHORS

        Brian Goines <bgoines78@comcast.net>