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1  Screen Tablet malarky / Heyaaaalpppp / Re: Pen for my UD-1212-R seems broken... on: June 28, 2018, 03:42:11 AM
Teky: even after posting 3 times, you completely forgot to tell us what other "pad model" this pen was working on. This would help us understanding what's going on a lot better.  The UD-* series uses "Penabled" (tm) pens, one of the most common (old) Wacom tech. Lot of pens from old laptop uses the exact same technology.  A picture of all your gear would also help.
2  Screen Tablet malarky / Build Logs / Re: Foam-tiq, son of Tecra-tiq, a more mobile M4 rendition. Success. on: April 24, 2018, 12:55:14 AM
Laptop monitors are thin, so the heat gets out easily through the plastic even without holes.
Foam is the best for isolation but if you have a bit of a hole somewhere (you said at the top) then it's probably enough to let the heat go gently without hurting anything.
3  General Category / General Chat / Re: hello on: January 17, 2018, 10:42:04 PM
Note The "fellow above" was a bot and I deleted his message. This Topic is the beginning of this forum and it's mind boggling how much time it survived and continues to do so.
4  Screen Tablet malarky / Build Logs / Re: Foam-tiq, son of Tecra-tiq, a more mobile M4 rendition. Success. on: January 13, 2018, 06:48:29 PM
Awesome stuff!  I just had a question about enclosing everything with foam:   What about the heat from the backlight? You left some holes for ventilation?
5  Screen Tablet malarky / Tablet Conversion to USB / Re: Converting Wacom UD-1212-R from Serial to USB on: January 13, 2018, 05:57:28 PM
Sorry for late response. All my old pens still work. Often when one doesn't work it's because it needs "tuning". For wacom pens typically it is 2 little screws inside the pen. You must turn only one at a time and return it to precise position. If you turn both a lot it will be very difficult to find the working positions. (take a detailled closeup in-focus picture for reference). The hard part is opening the pen without breaking it. (lookup this before attempting).
6  Screen Tablet malarky / Tablet Conversion to USB / Re: WaxBee Feature Requests on: January 13, 2018, 05:52:11 PM
you forgot to tell us what is you tablet model OR is it in the file name? T5010 ISDV4 ?   What is the hardware resolution of that tablet?

EDIT:  after digging in your other posts, I found this:

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I use standard template, Penenabled ISDV4 to Intuos2 12x18
For my digitizer, max X = 28811, max Y = 18083.

which does not match your template:
Code:
SLAVE_TABLET_X_MAX = 30480
SLAVE_TABLET_Y_MAX = 30480
USB_TABLET_X_MAX = 31496
USB_TABLET_Y_MAX = 19685

The SLAVE tablet max x / y should normally match your digitizer. You can try this :
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SLAVE_TABLET_X_MAX = 28811
SLAVE_TABLET_Y_MAX = 18083


...And YES, it would be nice that WaxBee's ISDV4 to internally prompt automatically for MAX X/Y SLAVE TABLET on boot (a feature of ISDV4). Maybe have a special "0" value. But I figured that if you got that far as connecting an ISDV4 to WaxBee you probably have that info and it will never change in a specific build. So until I get "peer pressure" to implement this (including troubleshooting this issue often like this post), I won't invest time.

7  Screen Tablet malarky / Heyaaaalpppp / Re: Control hardware devices with a Wacom Intuos4 and WaxBee on: March 08, 2017, 01:32:00 AM
Waxbee is the reverse of what you need. 

The easiest and more promising I think would be to get a linux-based system, run the standard wacom drivers and interface that with, say "Python" to do whatever pleases you. (no need to buy a costly Rasberry PI, there are other alternatives like the 9$ "C.H.I.P.")

https://www.nextthing.co/

Before buying check if you can find a solution to talk to your "motors" or other hardware devices.  These boards typically come with lots of GPIOs.





8  Screen Tablet malarky / Tablet Conversion to USB / Re: How to "install" WaxBee converter on Arduino Pro Micro, clones or any ATmega32U4 on: December 20, 2016, 08:48:14 AM
"halfkay" is the proprietary bootloader in the Teensy and Waxbee only knows that. You need to save the ".hex" file and use other means to upload it to the pro micro.  Watch that you program using the correct parameters, I have heard pro micros can be "bricked" easily. (something very hard to do with a Teensy).
9  Screen Tablet malarky / Tablet Conversion to USB / Re: Converting Wacom UD-1212-R from Serial to USB on: December 20, 2016, 08:45:02 AM
UD-1218-R and UD-1212-R are (almost) the same device. Control board is the same (or at least I didn't see a difference) so the conversion guides will work as is. The difference is in the firmware to handle the bigger board and as a consequence the Waxbee configuration.
10  Screen Tablet malarky / Tablet Conversion to USB / Re: WaxBee Feature Requests on: July 13, 2016, 01:17:20 AM
It is indeed possible and like you said very desirable to get the screen mapping utilities for free.

I "just" need to have someone with the model you want to "sniff" the USB packets so we know how to emulate it. If you can find such person that would be willing to run a USB sniffer tool (it can be tricky sometimes to do this, but certainly doable).

Unfortunately, Wacom drivers are extremely picky. As soon as something is not "as expected" it just stops working. It never was able to "guess". The only other hint I could have is to look in the Linux driver source code to see how the packets are handled for Cintiqs. But typically you cannot infer enough info just with the linux driver source code.  The first and foremost thing that is required are the USB and HID "descriptors". (a long series of bytes describing the USB "interface").
11  Screen Tablet malarky / Tablet Conversion to USB / Re: How to "install" WaxBee converter on Arduino Pro Micro, clones or any ATmega32U4 on: July 13, 2016, 01:02:15 AM
FYI: Just got the ProMicro boards (took a little over 2 months to arrive). I'll check them out when I can.
12  Screen Tablet malarky / Heyaaaalpppp / Re: Tecra M4 tablet pc help... on: May 27, 2016, 06:05:04 AM
Can you tell if your Teensy counterfeit has a 16Mhz or 8Mhz crystal?
13  Screen Tablet malarky / Tablet Conversion to USB / Re: Pro Micro advice... on: May 27, 2016, 06:02:26 AM
You should install the virtual serial port .hex to troubleshoot this. (it is like a UART-USB converter, but using the same pro micro setup). This will tell you if anything is being sent on the serial port. There are posts and info about doing that.  Maybe simply the baud rate is wrong.

In anyway, for ISDV4 emulation, you have to go through that to get the max X/Y sizes and configure WaxBer else you will not get the good active area.
14  Screen Tablet malarky / Tablet Conversion to USB / Re: WaxBee Feature Requests on: May 23, 2016, 04:16:04 AM
ALL the Serial "Wacom"s I have seen (and that I believe include the latest serial ones) were running 5 Volts internally. I mean, the main supply power was down-converted to 5 Volts all the time and fed to all the "logic/digital" components. I think they simply kept the same circuitry even if 3v3 was starting to be popular.  (like for the Intuos2)

All OEM Wacoms (for Tablet PCs) that I have seen were running on 3v3 Volts internally. (I say internaly because lots of them had a non-installed zener diode (ZD) (which we suspect was to drop a 5Volt supply) but that was never used AFAICT.

15  Screen Tablet malarky / Heyaaaalpppp / Re: Back to business, Tablet PC digitizer to Teensy issues on: May 16, 2016, 07:07:49 AM
When asking questions or in trouble, always make sure you describe what you have, else how can we help?  Tongue
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