I have two monitors and I want my wacom to only work on one monitor.
That's not currently possible with Ubuntu. You'd need to program xorg to focus one core pointer towards one specific screen and I don't know of any way that's possible.
You could however suggest it as a feature for xorg by reporting a bug:
I suspect that you may be using an nvidia card, if this is the case then you are using twinview which distorts the dimensions of the desktop (because it's fake, it's one desktop over two displays, instead of two desktops like ATI and Intel), to set this up just use xsetwacom:
This will tell you the names of your pen device, then use that in the next command:
To put it back to normal, use:
You should need to set stylus, eraser and pointer to get all your devices set right. Once you can see how it works, copy and paste the commands into a new hidden file called
Now you should have good wacom settings when you reboot. (side note: you can use