Description of problem:
When I use touchpad and I'm moving over the gnome-panel minimalists windows list
of currently open application - the windows start to check the focus and reopen
in big speed - I assume it the reaction for the 'left-right' movement on the
touchpad and it can be seen that windows list buttons are moved left/right with
its highligh - I assume it if could be a nice feature if used with keyboard -
but it's rather unpleasant experience with the touchpad - so as for firefox -
I'd like to see the options to disable such behavior for horizontal movement.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.with the touchpad - move over some window button in gnome panels
2.start to move at the bottom of touchpad (if properly configured, it should
supply horizontal movement X-events)
3.see that other windows starts to be opened on screen
Windows are opened and left opened (which someone might like/prefer)
With the bool configure option I'd like to be able to disable this behavior and
movement on the panel via touchpad would not open every window there.
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