elographics - Elographics input driver


   Section "InputDevice"
     Identifier "idevname"
     Driver "elographics"
     Option "Device"   "devpath"


   elographics  is  an  Xorg  input  driver  for  Elographics  touchscreen

   The elographics driver functions as a pointer input device, and may  be
   used as the X server's core pointer.


   E271-2210   and   E271-2200   devices  are  supported.   E281-2310  and
   compatible devices are supported with some features unavailable.


   Please refer to xorg.conf(5) for general configuration details and  for
   options  that  can  be  used with all input drivers.  This section only
   covers configuration details specific to this driver.

   The following driver options are supported:

   Option "Device" "string"
          The device  that  is  attached  to  the  touchscreen  interface.
          Default is "/dev/ttyS1".

   Option "MinX" "integer"
          Set  the  minimum  value  for the touchscreen X axis. Default is

   Option "MaxX" "integer"
          Set the maximum value for the touchscreen  X  axis.  Default  is

   Option "MinY" "integer"
          Set  the  minimum  value  for the touchscreen Y axis. Default is

   Option "MaxY" "integer"
          Set the maximum value for the touchscreen  Y  axis.  Default  is

   Option "ScreenNo" "integer"
          The  screen  to  attach  to  the  touchscreen  when running with
          multiple screens.  Default is screen 0.

   Option "PortraitMode" "string"
          Set the X/Y axis orientation. The default is "Landscape" but you
          can   rotate   clockwise   ("Portrait")   or   counter-clockwise

   Option "SwapXY" "boolean"
          Swap the X and Y axis on the display. Default is false.

   Option "UntouchDelay" "integer"
          The period that finger must be released for an untouch event  to
          occur. Default: 5 (50ms).

   Option "ReportDelay" "integer"
          Delay between report packets. Default: 1 (10ms).

   Option "Model" "string"
          The  touchscreen model. Default: unset. Supported models: "Sunit


   Xorg(1), xorg.conf(5), Xserver(1), X(7).


   Authors include:
    Patrick Lecoanet

   This manpage was written  by  Lee  Maguire  on  behalf  of  the  Debian


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