[FIXED] Wacom Cintiq Pen Offset in KDE Neon

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Dual Monitor works great in Neon (even the mouse works perfectly) The only problem now is that, when I use my Wacom Stylus to draw the pen and cursor are offset

Here are Some Pictures:

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I really hope there are some methods to fix this issue :(

Also Here is my System Info:

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Other Info:


Drawing Tablet:
Wacom Cintiq 16 inch
Nvidia Card: Quadro P400
 


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Did you try posting in the Neon forum https://forum.kde.org/viewforum.php?f=309&sid=dcde0f8ca39fdae0a48f8aa45ccd8462 for example, searching for wacom returned a few(1966) results https://forum.kde.org/search.php?st=0&sk=t&sd=d&sr=posts&keywords=wacom
You could also file a bug report https://bugs.kde.org/ I use KDE Neon too, the testing branch, but I don't own a wacom so ... this is all I can suggest.

Ok I just posted my question in the KDE Neon topic and I'll also check the website if I need to file a report. Thanks a lot for the links :)
 
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Edit: I FIXED THE PROBLEM :eek:


Since one of my College Semester got over, we got some vacation time. I had lots of free time and the Pen Offset problem was still haunting me, I really love Plasma's DE and didn't enjoy Gnome's that much...

I did some searching around and decided to use Xorg Nouveau drivers instead of Nvidia's,

Then I ran Kubuntu on Wayland and installed:



libinput-tools

sudo apt-get update -y

sudo apt-get install -y libinput-tools



libwacom-dev

sudo apt-get update -y

sudo apt-get install -y libwacom-dev


After Restarting the Cursor and Pen Weren't offset, but in Wayland my Stylus lagged somewhat and the cursor would always freeze for a few seconds when switching from stylus to mouse.

Now I tried logging in using X11 and again, the cursor and stylus were offset.

But now, I decided to open Graphic tablet (Wacom tablet settings) of Plasma and tried to map the screen, I came to know that BOTH THE MONITORS

were mapped to my Cintiq resulting in the weird offset, so I corrected it by only assigning my Cintiq Screen as the drawing area for my stylus. And it Worked! :D


Here Is What I did:

screen mapping.png
 
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