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Libinput 1.19 Released With Hold Gestures & High Resolution Wheel Scrolling

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  • intelfx
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    High-resolution scrolling, finally <3

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  • Charlie68
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    I am happy but I hope to be able to use my notebook touchpad with a tap-click (is that too much to ask?), Without accidentally opening windows, because on my touchpad Libinput has always been a nightmare, while the old method worked better.

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  • bachchain
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    Do they still have mouse acceleration enabled by default

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  • carewolf
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    Originally posted by chocolate View Post
    I hate Twitter, so I'll spare you a visit to that cesspool of a website. I can't comprehend how libre&open source activists/developers can encourage it.

    Sorry for venting & the off-topic. Cheers!

    Yeah, if you update the driver (which I noted you need). That is the nice part about the XInput2 driver, it already supports hires scroll wheels. It is only wayland compositors and clients that needs updating because the procotols wasn't made very flexible on this point.

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  • Dovi
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    Originally posted by tomas View Post
    More info about this work here

    https://who-t.blogspot.com/2021/08/l...wheel.html?m=1

    Top level MR in gitlab here with links to MRs for supporting this in gtk and QT etc:

    https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/libin...2#note_1046230
    Doing God's work right there

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  • tomas
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    More info about this work here

    https://who-t.blogspot.com/2021/08/l...wheel.html?m=1

    Top level MR in gitlab here with links to MRs for supporting this in gtk and QT etc:

    https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/libin...2#note_1046230

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  • chocolate
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    Originally posted by carewolf View Post
    Now we just need the updated libinput XInput2 driver (for X11) or updated wayland-protocol, updated libwayland, updated every app or framework using wayland.
    I hate Twitter, so I'll spare you a visit to that cesspool of a website. I can't comprehend how libre&open source activists/developers can encourage it.

    Sorry for venting & the off-topic. Cheers!

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  • botsAndRoses
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    🎉 Hold gestures means a tap (one or two fingers) will stop kinetic scrolling! Currently we gotta scroll the opposite direction a bit which just ain't it.

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  • pLdvJbMV
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    Finally adding the brakes to run away scrolling

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  • carewolf
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    Now we just need the updated libinput XInput2 driver (for X11) or updated wayland-protocol, updated libwayland, updated every app or framework using wayland.

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