Hiya all. I’m trying to get more literate in flame-in-cloud, using aws. I’m pleased to say that I’ve got a machine running well (2023.3 rocky linux) but it doesn’t seem to be responding to pressure sensitivity from my wacom intuous pro.
Has anyone seen this issue? Not a lot of info on the web.
nothing to do with cloud, everything to do with what remote desktop protocol you are using.
Then, when connecting to the host machine, in the PCoIP Client application, under Connection / USB Devices / Show Human Interface Devices / Wacom Intuos Pro, choose connect for only your tablet. This takes the tablet away from your local machine and only allows the host machine to use it, which, allows pen pressure sensitivity. Be careful. This means you’ll need a mouse connected.
Godspeed Flame From Homers.
In 2023 with HP Z Anywhere, default install on the server side, all you should have to do is this
Thanks, all. I see that most are using Teradici to connect, I’m trying nice dcv, as it’s standard on AWS. There’s precious little information on pressure sensitivity that I’ve found so far.
Graphic tablets, gamepads, and smart card readers are automatically supported by NICE DCV and do not require USB remotization to be used.
I never got pressure to work either, but I also spent very little time testing. Open a support case with Nice. It is free.
With nice you have to add some lines to xorg.conf
Enabling touchscreen and stylus support - NICE DCV
This works for me
Oh cool… I missed this, but it is the crucial sentence, as Flame world uses the “console session”
However, some additional configuration is required to enable the features on console sessions hosted on Linux NICE DCV servers.
Thanks for this, really appreciate it. However, I already implemented that stuff. Pen works, just no pressure sensitivity. Pressure is constant.
You’re getting pressure sensitivity?
Maybe I should take another look.