An easy “wakelock” solution is to use Tasker with a simple profile that keeps the screen on for “24/hrs”, or however long you want to set it for. I have a “screen on” task setup for a handful of apps that I don’t want timing out the minute I set the tablet down.
Also, the main purpose for the video is so you can see where you are about to draw. My tablet doesn’t have any hover or pressure, so I just have to guess where on the screen it is going to draw. If I had a visual that updated even once a second, that would be enough to glance down and see what I’m going to draw on and then look back up at the screen. to continue drawing. Not overly necessary, but very helpful.
Can you describe more precisely your problem : is it on Android or on your
connected Desktop ? (GfxTablet+ only works on Linux Desktops so far …)
Also, you have to compile, install “networktablet+” and “deskwrite”
on the Linux desktop - Have you done so ?
GFXTablet it’s an nice possible for have an huge Touchpad,
with adding left and right mouse"key" at bottom.
Really well for Grandy and Granpa 🙂
but just need mousekey’s and doubletouch-recognition
maby add by sliding down (or double-touch and scrolling down), the scrolling the page …
maby for both systems, linux and WinNT, because Reactos it’s coming…
with it it is really easy for operate an computer if they have no money for an new and modern Touchscreen with the money of pension 🙂 with a tablet can make much more and helps much more …
This is essentially the same request as last July - but I may have formulated it the wrong way. I’d really need to see the moves of the S Pen on the canvas of GfxTablet, for the sake of positioning the S Pen relatively to its previous positions, without having to look at the computer screen. Probably just a matter of putting a pixel at each (x,y) event, and an eraser on the top row tools to erase the canvas from time to time. This stuff can of course be made optional. My guess is that the extra code needed would be fairly small … (Slide Graphic Tablet does this, but has many other drawbacks, and is not open source …)
Without being able to see a direct mapping between tablet and screen, it seems like it would be useful to have the device behave more like a touchpad, that is, when it detects the pen, it starts moving the mouse, and when it loses the pen, it stops, and when it notices the pen in a different location, the mouse doesn’t jump.