Thanks Thomas,

That worked a treat.


On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 9:51 AM, Thomas Fehrenbacher <> wrote:
Hi Sean


should help.


>>> Sean Reilly  08/31/10 10:46 AM >>>
Hi Everyone,
                 My qt application running on overo doesn't seem to pick up
the correct calibration values. I run ts_calibrate and ts_test works fine,
i.e. I can draw and drag, however my qt4-embedded application doesn't react
correctly to touchscreen input. Instead it appears to be slightly opposite,
e.g the middle of the screen is generally the same however when I move to a
different corner it moves to the other, when I move up it moves down etc.
I'm wondering does anyone understand the /etc/pointercal file or tslib stuff
enough to point me in the right direction ? How can I be sure my application
is using tslib ?

In a slightly separate question, how do I stop enlightenment from starting,
and when started how do I get it to stop ? I presume there is some service
functionality running on the gumstix outside of the run level stuff where I
can just switch it off ?

thanks in advance,


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