Xournal is a nifty package - every bit as good as Microsoft Journal, and then some.
But I'm having a problem that might be a simple fix I have overlooked. I'm using a Samsung Q1 UMPC with Ubuntu Feisty, along with the Xournal 0.3.3 package from the Ubuntu repositories. I have the evtouch driver installed from here: http://stz-softwaretechnik.com/~ke/touchscreen/evtouch.html
If I have "SwapY" and "SendCoreEvents" enabled in xorg.conf, all of my interactions with the UI in Gnome and Xournal are correct, right-side-up, but any attempt to write onto a Xournal page is upside-down, mirrored about the centerline of the screen. I can provide a screenshot if desired.
If I disable "SendCoreEvents" (or "Use XInput" in Xournal), writing is correctly right-side-up but at lower resolution, as expected.
If I disable "SwapY" in xorg.conf, the UI turns upside-down as expected, and Xournal writing is STILL upside-down, which is not what I expected.
If there a setting I can change to fix this, or something relatively simple to fix in the source? I'd be happy to try any suggestion, or compile from source if necessary.
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