Stylus Doodle on Screen for Linux
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Does anyone know of any Linux apps that let you use a stylus to doodle on the screen? I have a touch monitor and want to do presentations. The stylus works well with a notepad app I use, but Ardenis kept giving me an error on Arch Linux that I didn't have a compositor running. KWin was definitely installed and running. Google has failed me....
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(04-10-2018, 04:19 PM)divinesilence80 Wrote: Does anyone know of any Linux apps that let you use a stylus to doodle on the screen? I have a touch monitor and want to do presentations. The stylus works well with a notepad app I use, but Ardenis kept giving me an error on Arch Linux that I didn't have a compositor running. KWin was definitely installed and running. Google has failed me....

Arch's wiki is always your friend: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/touchscreen

Sorry I'd have more to add, but I've never had or used a touch screen.
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(04-11-2018, 04:14 AM)olorin12 Wrote: Arch's wiki is always your friend: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/touchscreen

Sorry I'd have more to add, but I've never had or used a touch screen.

Configuring the touch screen isn't the problem. I need something that lets me write anywhere on the screen even over other windows without triggering mouse events. I could use Ardesia if it would recognize that KWin is running! I love Linux but I'll admit that sometimes "gluing" things together is a drag.
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