Wacom Bamboo & Intuos tablet Driver

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Monday, 7 August, 2017

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Wacom Bamboo and Intuos tablet driver (supported models see readme.1st)

This software is distributed as compressed package. You have to download and manually install it; if prerequisites are required, you will have to manually install them too.

Manual installation

Program is distributed as ZIP package: download to temporary directory and unpack to destination folder. The Emulate Mouse Driver for OS/2 (ArcaOS, eComStation), XMOUSE.SYS, is required. Obtain this product from the author. See below for download link(s).

Following links are to additional programs, not mandatory but useful:

Online documentation:

Following ones are the download links for manual installation:

Wacom Bamboo (7/8/2017, Wim Brul) Readme/What's new
Control OS/2 (ArcaOS, eComStation) with finger or pen and a Wacom Bamboo. Switch between pen and touch and work in absolute or relative mode.
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/system/drivers/mouse/bamboo01.zip
Wacom Bamboo (source code, 7/8/2017, Wim Brul) Readme/What's new
Control OS/2 (ArcaOS, eComStation) with finger or pen and a Wacom Bamboo. Switch between pen and touch and work in absolute or relative mode.
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/system/drivers/mouse/bamboo01s.zip
Wacom Intuos (7/8/2017, Wim Brul) Readme/What's new
Control OS/2 (ArcaOS, eComStation) with just a pen and a Wacom Intuos. Supports pen only on models CTH-480, CTH-680, CTL-480 (only tested) and CTL-680. Supports working in absolute or relative mode.
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/system/drivers/mouse/intuos01.zip
Wacom Intuos (source code, 7/8/2017, Wim Brul) Readme/What's new
Control OS/2 (ArcaOS, eComStation) with just a pen and a Wacom Intuos. Supports pen only on models CTH-480, CTH-680, CTL-480 (only tested) and CTL-680. Supports working in absolute or relative mode.
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/system/drivers/mouse/intuos01s.zip
Wacom IV & V Tablet driver v. 2.013 (USB, 22/12/2007, Masami Kitamura) Readme/What's new
Wacom IV and V Tablet driver Requirements: emi.sys (included with Pen for OS/2.) 1. Installation (1) Extract the emi.sys included with Pen for OS/2. (2) Copy emi.sys and pendd.sys to the installation directory. (3) Add the following two lines to your config.sys: DEVICE=drive:\path\PENDD.SYS DEVICE=drive:\path\EMI.SYS Note that these lines must come before MOUSE.SYS Example: DEVICE=D:\TABLET\PENDD.SYS DEVICE=D:\TABLET\EMI.SYS DEVICE=D:\OS2\BOOT\MOUSE.SYS (4) Reboot (5) Create program objects for W1.exe and W2.exe. (6) Connect a tablet. (7) Start program using the program object. (8) Choose COM port and connection speed, and click the Enable button. The tablet is active once the status indicator changes from red to green. The tablet can also be enabled automatically after a reboot by specifying the parameters /C /E in the program object, and placing its shadow in the startup folder. 2. Options The following options are available when using W1.exe. (1) Pen pressure can be changed using the Threshold menu on the General page. It is necessary to use End/Disable once to apply the changes. (2) When using a mouse, either absolute or relative coordinates may be chosen by checking or unchecking the Absolute check box on the Cursor page. This change is reflected immediately if the table is Enabled. (3) The Cursor page can be used only with the Intuos 4D Mouse. (4) The Function page can be used only with the Intuos i-600. Other models are not supported, because when they are used the Function box coordinates are unknown 3. Parameters (1) W1.exe W1 [/C] [/E] [/P:{1..9}] [/S:{9600|19200|38400}] [] Optional {} Choose a value /C Start minimized /E Connect to tablet at start /P: Number of the COM port to connect to If not specified, the port number defaults to the one last chosen. /S: Connection speed If not specified, the speed defaults to the one last chosen. (2) W2.exe W2 [/E] [/P:{1..9}] [/S:{9600|19200|38400}] [/A] [/T:{0..100}] [/I:{0..100}] [] Optional {} Choose a value /E Connect to tablet at start /P: Number of COM port to connect to /S: Connection speed /A: Float on top /T: Pen threshold setting (Default is 3) /I: Display position (Specify the x-coordinate as a percentage from the left. Default is 13) 4. Notes (1) If the PEN or CURSOR is placed on the tablet and left there for a while, the mouse cursor may become unresponsive. To resolve this, lift the PEN or CURSOR up from the tablet. 5. Other (1) The programs have only been tested using the following two tablet models: GD-0608-R00,V1.2-7 KT-0405-R00 V1.3-3 However, it is likely that this driver can be used with any tablet that uses the Wacom IV or V protocols. Please let us know of any success stories, and be sure to include the tablet model number and size. These are displayed on the General page. =================================================================== masami@1drop.net
 www.1drop.net/w/W2_013.zip  local copy
Wacom IV & V Tablet driver v. 1.011 (serial, 14/6/2003, Masami Kitamura) Readme/What's new
Wacom IV and V Tablet driver Requirements: emi.sys (included with Pen for OS/2.) 1. Installation (1) Extract the emi.sys included with Pen for OS/2. (2) Copy emi.sys and pendd.sys to the installation directory. (3) Add the following two lines to your config.sys: DEVICE=drive:\path\PENDD.SYS DEVICE=drive:\path\EMI.SYS Note that these lines must come before MOUSE.SYS Example: DEVICE=D:\TABLET\PENDD.SYS DEVICE=D:\TABLET\EMI.SYS DEVICE=D:\OS2\BOOT\MOUSE.SYS (4) Reboot (5) Create program objects for W1.exe and W2.exe. (6) Connect a tablet. (7) Start program using the program object. (8) Choose COM port and connection speed, and click the Enable button. The tablet is active once the status indicator changes from red to green. The tablet can also be enabled automatically after a reboot by specifying the parameters /C /E in the program object, and placing its shadow in the startup folder. 2. Options The following options are available when using W1.exe. (1) Pen pressure can be changed using the Threshold menu on the General page. It is necessary to use End/Disable once to apply the changes. (2) When using a mouse, either absolute or relative coordinates may be chosen by checking or unchecking the Absolute check box on the Cursor page. This change is reflected immediately if the table is Enabled. (3) The Cursor page can be used only with the Intuos 4D Mouse. (4) The Function page can be used only with the Intuos i-600. Other models are not supported, because when they are used the Function box coordinates are unknown 3. Parameters (1) W1.exe W1 [/C] [/E] [/P:{1..9}] [/S:{9600|19200|38400}] [] Optional {} Choose a value /C Start minimized /E Connect to tablet at start /P: Number of the COM port to connect to If not specified, the port number defaults to the one last chosen. /S: Connection speed If not specified, the speed defaults to the one last chosen. (2) W2.exe W2 [/E] [/P:{1..9}] [/S:{9600|19200|38400}] [/A] [/T:{0..100}] [/I:{0..100}] [] Optional {} Choose a value /E Connect to tablet at start /P: Number of COM port to connect to /S: Connection speed /A: Float on top /T: Pen threshold setting (Default is 3) /I: Display position (Specify the x-coordinate as a percentage from the left. Default is 13) 4. Notes (1) If the PEN or CURSOR is placed on the tablet and left there for a while, the mouse cursor may become unresponsive. To resolve this, lift the PEN or CURSOR up from the tablet. 5. Other (1) The programs have only been tested using the following two tablet models: GD-0608-R00,V1.2-7 KT-0405-R00 V1.3-3 However, it is likely that this driver can be used with any tablet that uses the Wacom IV or V protocols. Please let us know of any success stories, and be sure to include the tablet model number and size. These are displayed on the General page. =================================================================== masami@1drop.net
 www.1drop.net/w/W1_011.zip  local copy
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