A Wacom driver for Chromium (experimental.) Abandoned, will need work to function probably.
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Welcome

This source code attempts to enable WACOM graphics tablets to connect to Chromium devices. It is also possible to use it on other OSes supported by Chromium (except Mac OS X, which will not allow Chrome to capture the tablet device, since it is an HID device.)

The driver is not ready for end users in it's current state. It simply dumps the digitizer input onto the console, not allowing any form of control of the Chromium instance. Further, it is hardcoded to work with the tablet that I have. This will change in the future (hopefully.)

Furthermore, it relies on a recent change in Chromium 29 that allows for permissions to USB devices to be specified and not requested per-device. Stable users running Chromium 28 will hit an error trying to load this extension. Although the fix would be rather trivial, I am not currently interested in fixing it (partially because it requires a user-visible UI.)