Re: Wacom calibration results are off (wrong area)

Hi Josh,

Looks like the commit you refer to is in included from GNOME Control Center's release 3.7.1 on.

The ideal way to test this would be for you to compile and test GNOME Settings Daemon and GNOME Control 
This may not be the "easy way" you are asking for though so one idea that occurs to me is for you to try a 
recent Fedora 19 live image:

To make sure that the image you try has a recent version of the Control Center, don't forget to run 
"gnome-control-center --version".

Hope this helps a bit.


Joaquim Rocha

----- Original Message -----
From: "Josh Berry" <taeric gmail com>
To: gnomecc-list gnome org
Sent: Saturday, June 15, 2013 6:24:50 PM
Subject: Wacom calibration results are off (wrong area)

First off, humble apologies if I am using this mailing list incorrectly.

At least a couple of us running the latest Ubuntu are having difficulties
with the calibration tool available in the control center for a tablet pc.
Another user initially reported this in launchpad[1]. In that description,
it was noted that the problem appears to be that the incorrect device is
being used.

I tried running the latest from git to see if this was fixed, and it does
appear that it gets the correct values now. Sadly, I could not figure out
real quick how to build the version that is included in Ubuntu, which I
believe is a37720.

I looked through the bugzilla lists and did not see anything that
specifically addressed this bug. Looking at the commits, my hunch is this
was fixed with 7cac7e.

Is there an easy way I could confirm this?




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