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.
How do i check if my android has successfully connected ?
When i start ./networktablet it shows “GfxTablet driver (protocol version 1) is ready and listening on 0.0.0.0:40118 (UDP)” and now i enter my system’s local IP address into android’s Host Promt,
but both of my system and android shows no notification about successfull connection is it working fine ?
yes, probably. There isn’t any functionality such as that you described but it will be a good update. Start Gimp->Edit->Input Devices and check for Network tablet. If there exist such option in your left hand window then click it and set the Mode to Screen. then touch your tablet screen and see the magic! If there’s no option about Network tablet in Input Devices window then somenthing went wrong.(but coudn’t from the time you saw that message) Don’t forget to check your ip of wlan to set the Settings in your App correctly. Check that and tell us if all working!
@GeorgeGkas well i’ve solved it ! i forgot to close this issue