Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 823158
mousetweaks doesn't work with hid-multitouch touch screen
Last modified: 2013-07-31 23:57:06 EDT
Created attachment 585585 [details]
Xorg.0.log from present session
Description of problem:
In the past (Fedora 14), I could use moustweaks's "simulate secondary click" to get right-clicks by holding a tap on my tablet's touch-screen. With Fedora 17, this no longer works (presumably because of the XInput changes).
This tablet uses a touch-screen supported by the standard hid-multitouch driver, and otherwise works fine with GTK3 (e.g. kinetic drag-scrolling works).
I've attached a typical Xorg.0.log for this tablet. Let me know if some other captured output (e.g. from xinput test-xi2) would be helpful.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I see the same with Samsung 700T in f18.
"Simulated Secondary Click" works when clicking with a mouse but not when touching.
(It might be related to how double clicking requires 4 "clicks".)
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