MirOS Manual: js_x(4)


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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 XFree86 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.

SUPPORTED HARDWARE

     This driver supports the KB-Gear JamStudio pentablet. This
     X-Input driver should work on any OS supporting the hiddev
     raw USB HID driver.

CONFIGURATION DETAILS

     Please refer to XF86Config(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 absolute 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"

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             Option "PressMax "int"
                 sets the minimum and maximum values returned for
                 the pressure 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.

SEE ALSO

     XFree86(1), XF86Config(5), xf86config(1), Xserver(1), X(7).

AUTHORS

     Brian Goines <bgoines78@comcast.net>

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