A showcase of graphical user interface for setting OLEDs on Wacom Intuos4 tablets
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i4oled-gui

This project is a showcase of graphical user interface for setting OLEDs on Wacom Intuos4 tablets. It requires gnome & dconf, but it doesn't require root access rights. I hope that some of the ideas tested here will be used in gnome.

Video demo: http://firszt.eu/wacom-icons/wacom_oleds_in_action.webm

Demo

For Fedora 20/21 users:

  1. Install required packages:
sudo yum install git autoconf automake gcc gtk3-devel dconf-devel
  1. Clone the repository
git clone https://github.com/PrzemoF/i4oled-gui.git
  1. Enter & build
cd i4oled-gui
./autogen.sh
./configure
make
sudo make install

Message about missing gtk+-3.0 means that there is no gtk3-devel package. Message about missing dconf means that there is no dconf-devel package.

Ubuntu uses gtk3-dev and dconf-dev packages.

Useful info:

  1. User icons shall be placed in ~/.icons/wacom and have to be PNG image data, 64 x 32, 8-bit/color RGBA, non-interlaced

  2. Script pixmaps/svg/svg2png.sh can convert SVG to desired format