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I want to support drawing tablets in my game and have two questions regarding pressure:
The only way to get the current pressure i found is via the
InputEventMouseMotionevent. Is there some way to get the current pressure in a
InputEventMouseButton(or other events) i missed ?
How to detect if the device supports pressure at all ?
In my tests real mouse pressure is always 0, but i can’t use this to decide as my tablet also occasionally produce motionEvents with the pressure set to 0 (mostly just when i stop drawing).
I opened an issue in
godot_proposals regarding #2 : Add a way to detect if an input device supports pressure · Issue #426 · godotengine/godot-proposals · GitHub
If someone else needs that feature let it be known there so it’ll get implemented
Hi…How do you use it? I have a wacom tablet, I try this:
func _input (event):
if (event is InputEventMouseMotion):
print (event.get_pressure ())
and it always returns 0, the same with the mouse.
estebanmolca | 2020-01-31 19:28
@ estebanmolca: Thats how it should work. If it doesn’t for you you probably have some driver problem or a godot bug. Try if the pressure works in GIMP by using dynamic settings (Basic Dynamic fe.) for the brush.
sleepprogger | 2020-01-31 19:30
yes, in gimp and in the control panel of the tablet the pressure works, I will follow this question and I also saw your problem in github. Thank you very much if I find something useful I tell you.
estebanmolca | 2020-01-31 19:44